Esson & Aberdein is more than just another law firm. It represents a commitment by North East loon and quine, Rob Aberdein and Joni Esson, to nearly 500,000 people in Aberdeen City and Shire that we will deliver a better-quality legal service.
Esson & Aberdein is absolutely committed to the communities where we do business and will invest in them in a meaningful and long-term way through our “mEAningful difference” scheme.
We recognise the value to our clients of a long-term and meaningful relationship with their professional adviser and will invest time in getting to know you. Understanding your needs will ensure that you receive the right advice, not just for today, but for tomorrow too. Our advice will always be clearly communicated, concise and tailored, and this will help you to make better decisions and achieve better outcomes for yourself and your family.
“Thank you for all the work you have done to sell my flat. I was so impressed with the way everyone seamlessly carried out their part of the process. It was an extremely fast and very professional service. In addition the team were very friendly and approachable and have been at the end of the phone or email when I needed help or advice. Thank you for making what could have been a stressful process very easy and straightforward.”
“Rob recognises the importance of reducing costs for his clients and to achieve that always appears a step ahead in terms of identifying new approaches through the use of technology or new processes.”
“As my family lawyer, David Coutts has shown great professionalism, care and understanding, and has always acted in a child centric manner. He has made himself available at very short notice on request and I have truly valued his support and judgement.”
“We instructed Shari O’Hare to complete our first home purchase. Shari was extremely helpful, including answering all of our queries to the last detail and providing us with regular updates. We felt we could completely trust having Shari on our side and would recommend anyone purchasing or selling to use her. We can’t thank Shari enough for everything.”