One law firm seems to be bucking the recession and property slump affecting the country. Caesar and Howie the Central Scotland Law Group is defying the cut backs affecting most law firms. The firm is continuing its growth plans by opening an office at 84 High Street Musselburgh. The office will offer estate agency and full legal services to the people of Musselburgh. David Borrowman managing partner explains “We take the long view of everything we try to do. It is very easy to be affected by the advocates of doom and gloom, but we are not and we are completely confident about the future. At the moment only conveyancing and estate agency of the various services we provide are a bit slow. Every other part of our business is continuing to grow even in recession and we are certain that the property market will turn round soon as well. Even now – we are selling properties steadily for clients. Sales will be achieved if clients price their properties sensibly and are patient. In the last two years we have opened new offices in Dalkeith and Alloa and these have been very successful – Musselburgh just adds an extra outlet to offer more services to more clients” Local manager Colin Weatherup shares the firm’s confidence. “I have worked in the property market in this area for some time now and I am delighted to be working with Caesar and Howie. The firm’s methods and thinking are spot on, and if I can provide some local knowledge I feel we have a really good new offering to the people of Musselburgh.” The office opening hours are 9am until 5pm and there are some good opening “deals” available to new clients. If you require any further information please contact David Borrowman, Managing Partner, 01506 815900.