MacRoberts is now Morton Fraser MacRoberts. As we embark on this exciting journey, rest assured that we will continue to provide the same exceptional service to our loyal clients. Find out more

Our People James Inglis

Partner

He is very technical and responsive to queries, and has provided a lot of personal support and time in making sure clients are settled and informed. I would certainly rate James Inglis as a high-calibre lawyer.

CHAMBERS UK GUIDE TO THE LEGAL PROFESSION

James advises on Inheritance Tax planning and Capital Gains Tax mitigation, often working as part of a cross-divisional team to provide bespoke advice on personal tax issues. James has particular experience in advising clients on issues surrounding adult incapacity, including applications for and administration of guardianship orders and continuing and welfare powers of attorney. He provides advice on the creation, use and variation of trusts for asset protection and tax planning purposes, and for charitable causes. He is regularly consulted in relation to the creation and administration of Personal Injury Trusts.

James is a member of The Society of Trust and Executry Practitioners (STEP), the international association of private client practitioners, and is a tutor on the Private Client course for the Diploma in Legal Practice at the University of Glasgow.

James is ranked as a Leader in the Field for Private Wealth Law in the 2024 edition of Chambers UK Guide to the Legal Profession.

  • Legal Expertise
  • Caring for the Elderly
  • Executries
  • Making a Will
  • Power of Attorney
  • Trusts
MFMac: Morton Fraser MacRoberts
MacRoberts and Morton Fraser have now merged.

You can still contact us as usual, or find out more about Morton Fraser MacRoberts at mfmac.com