Our Policy Changes During The Coronavirus Pandemic
We want to provide you with a great service, but we also want to help ensure your safety, and the safety of our team, whilst coronavirus remains a challenge. Due to the pandemic and the shifting recommendations put in place by the government, we want to be clear on how we're operating as a business going forward. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to get in touch. For up to date information on the Coronavirus pandemic, please go to the NHS and GOV UK website for the latest health information and advice below.
Our offices remain open for business as usual, but there have been some changes to ensure we are keeping our staff and clients safe. As per government guidelines, we have made arrangements for the majority of our staff to work from home. Our office communications allow all of our staff to contact you by phone, e-mail or web meeting wherever they are located. These changes should not have any significant impact on the work we do for you or our ability to carry it out.
If you are attending any of our buildings for an essential meeting, you should know that we have made some changes to ensure that we are adhering to government guidelines on being COVID secure. Upon arrival, you will be required to wear a face-covering, except if you're exempt. If you do not have one, we can provide you with this. We also request for both staff and clients to make use of our sanitising stations upon entering or leaving any of our buildings, and to keep a 2-metre distance between people where possible.
How We're Keeping Everyone Safe
As a result of government guidance, we are asking our clients and visitors to request a face-to-face meeting only where it is essential. We will be arranging all meetings by telephone or web conference by default until further notice. As per government guidelines, we have made arrangements for the majority of our staff to work from home. Our office communications allow all of our staff to contact you by phone, e-mail or web meeting wherever they are located, and these procedures should not have any significant impact on the work we do for you or our ability to carry it out. If you have to come to the office in person, please be aware that you will be asked to follow the guidance above, and that the person you usually deal with may not be present.
How Client Meetings Have Changed
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Wills: We have experienced a rise in enquiries for Wills, and we would be pleased to help you to make sure that your arrangements are up-to-date. You will need to make a telephone appointment with one of our Solicitors to begin with, so please contact our office here. You should be aware that our Team have a lot of enquiries to deal with, but we are working hard to serve our clients to the high standard that is our hallmark.
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