Scottish conveyancing and estate agency firm Simpson & Marwick plans to go it alone following a de-merger from global law firm Clyde & Co.

The 26-strong team of Simpson & Marwick will move into dedicated new offices and will continue to focus on the property markets in Edinburgh and East Lothian.

The firm, which traces its roots back to 1886, merged with and changed its name to Clyde & Co in 2015.

Since then the merged firm has focused on the growth of its core specialisms of dispute resolution, professional liability, insurance, commercial property, healthcare and employment law.

Clyde & Co will no longer include residential property as part of its offering in Scotland but its commercial real ...

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