COVID-19 Advice for you and your family

Most of our staff are working remotely and we are arranging meetings via video conferencing or telephone call where possible. However, our offices are open for essential meetings, which are by prior appointment only, if there is no alternative.

To see how we are operating safely at this time, you can read about our safety measures below.

Safety Measures

Risk Assessment

All of our staff will continue to be available on the same telephone numbers and email addresses, please see our People Page for contact details.

If you need advice about COVID-19/Coronavirus and how will impact you, your family or your business, please read our latest news and insights on our COVID-19 Support Hub

COVID-19 Advice for you and your family


Remote Court Hearings during Covid-19

Coronavirus FAQs regarding wills and powers of attorney …. Remote Court Hearings during Covid-19
The government and judiciary has introduced a series of measures to keep the wheels of the justice system turning, and in particular to allow the facilitation of remote hearings in the civil courts.
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Wills & powers of attorney

Coronavirus FAQs regarding wills and powers of attorney …. FAQs regarding wills and powers of attorney
Many people are concerned about the potential impact of the coronavirus upon them and their loved ones. We have put together some common questions clients are asking at this difficult time. …………………………
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Divorce, separation & children 

When a spouse or partner is abusive during lockdown …. When a spouse or partner is abusive during lockdown
Are you worried about your partner or former partner and their abusive behaviour towards you during lock down? Julie Dann takes a look at what options you have to safeguard you and your children.
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Separated families: Navigating the coronavirus crisis …. Child contact arrangements during lockdown
During the current crisis, many families will be concerned about how to safely ensure that their children are maintaining a relationship with both parents in different households.
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Coronavirus and the family courts: payment of maintenance …. Payment of child and spousal maintenance
Many people may be concerned about making ends while the coronavirus crisis rumbles on especially if they are receiving spousal or child maintenance from their former partner.
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Property

Accidental landlords and COVID-19, your questions answered ….Accidental landlords & COVID-19, your questions answered
The Government introduced legislation to protect tenants during the current crisis, but what if you are a buy-to-let or accidental landlord, or own a holiday home? ..
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Government Advice On Home Moving During The Coronavirus Outbreak …. Government Advice On Home Moving During The Coronavirus Outbreak
Given the situation in the UK with regard to the outbreak of coronavirus, the Government is urging parties involved in home moving to adapt and be flexible. …………………………
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