In light of the current Coronavirus outbreak we wanted to set out how we are dealing with the restrictions on movement and how we will continue to offer services to clients in these difficult times.
All Our Services Are Available
Our Family Department continues to offer a full service and is able to issue divorce proceedings, any other court applications and offer free advice if you need it.
Our Wills Department is still able to take instructions from you if you want to make a Will.
Our Conveyancing Department can still open a file for you, order searches, give you advice and progress your transaction. The government advice is that you should not move house at the moment but we can still get you ready to move and some transactions can be completed as long as the government guidelines are followed.
Our Probate Department can still advise you on what you need to do if you have been bereaved recently.
By implementing home working across the practice we are able to continue to offer our services to clients even though face to face contact is not possible. We have video conferencing facilities available. Please ask us about this if you would like to communicate in this way.
Phone Calls & Emails
All our staff have mobile phones so you can speak to them as normal. All staff can receive and send emails individually. See the staff page of our website for contact details.
Our two branch offices are now closed. The only meetings still taking place are to deal with Will signings. The offices are being visited by staff regularly to pick up incoming post or items clients have dropped through our letterboxes.
We appreciate this is an unprecedented situation and many people are anxious about what the future holds. We are working hard to ensure that the work we are doing for you and your family will not be disrupted.