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About Wilson & Fish Solicitors

Here to help you navigate the process of winding up an Estate

About Wilson & Fish, Estate Administration Solicitors Glasgow

We are Scotland’s leading Probate & Executry law firm. We act for clients across Scotland and abroad.

We can also advise overseas solicitors in connection with their clients’ estates based in Scotland.

Our Commitment to You

Expertise

We only handle estate administration – nothing else.

Reputation

Our 5-star ratings shows the care with which we handle each case.

Value

We provide a value-for-money service, and our fees are clear. 

Wilson & Fish: Executry & Probate lawyers you can trust

Wilson & Fish was founded in 2011 to help people just like you wind up their loved one's estates.

The practice offers a boutique service in the areas Executry, Probate and Estate Administration. Our guiding ethos & values have been to provide:

  • Expertise,
  • Value, and
  • Quality.

Our aim is to do one thing – wind up deceaseds’ estates – and do it well. We use specialist staff and modern technology to deliver on this promise.

Meet Wilson & Fish expert Probate solicitors

Our business is built on people. Find our more about them

We are a small team with niche expertise, meaning you get care and attention from an expert throughout the process.

Mark Wilson

Mark graduated from Glasgow University in 1989. He has worked as a Solicitor in Glasgow for over 25 years. He was a partner in an established Glasgow law practice for 12 years before setting up Wilson & Fish in 2011.

David Watson

David graduated from University of Aberdeen in 1991. He has worked as a solicitor in Dundee, Aberdeen and Glasgow for over 24 years.

Donna Smith

Donna has been with the company since 2011, she qualified as a Solicitor in 2018.

Denise Marshall

Denise is a Paralegal at Wilson & Fish.

Get started now

Take the first step in winding up your loved ones' estate by filling in our simple form and requesting a call back.

One of our expert solicitors will be in touch to discuss the estate with you and to explain fees and timescales.