COVID-19 (Coronavirus) AnnouncementWe are open for business as usual, although please note that some of our staff may be working remotely....Our general approach at Copley Clark is to follow all official guidance and advice issued by the UK Government and Public Health England. We are regularly monitoring and reviewing the situation and responding as appropriate with the wellbeing of our team and wider community as our priority.
Much of our communication with our clients can be carried out by video call, telephone, email and post rather than in person and, wherever possible, this will be facilitated. We will, however, still be able to see some clients for face to face meetings.
However if you do have a visit planned to one of our offices we ask you to observe the guidance concerning self-isolation if you display symptoms of Covid-19, have been in close contact with others displaying symptoms, have recently returned to the UK from certain other countries, regions or cities, or fall into one of the high risk groups (see https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response ) and consider the other options available rather than a face to face meeting.
What about making a Will?At Parfitt Cresswell you need not visit our offices to make your Will – we can speak to you about alternative arrangements that can be made....
With our video and telephone conference facilities you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home. Of course, we generally prefer to meet with our clients when preparing their Will, however, should you not wish to attend during these difficult and uncertain times, or simply don’t have the ability to video call, don’t worry, this should not prevent you from making or updating your Will. Please get in touch and we can discuss the way forward with you.
Can I still move home during COVID-19?What Does Covid-19 Mean for Your Home Move? Moving home can be stressful at the best of time. However, the current pandemic has caused unprecedented concern and confusion leaving many home movers unsure of what is happening and where they stand....
On the 26th March 2020 the Government issued advice on home moving during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak CLICK HERE to see the Government advice. However, with things changing on a daily basis we know many of you will have worries about the legal ramification on your move.
Are you currently moving home?
To help you we have set up a new Conveyancing Support Helpline to provide you with a point of contact should you have any questions or concerns about your conveyancing matter.
Our team is keeping constantly up to date with developments and best practice during these difficult and challenging times and can be contacted on 020 817 59211 or by emailing email@example.com.
We understand the stresses and strains moving home can cause and should you need any advice or help in connection with the legal implications of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak please do not hesitate to contact us. A member of our friendly and experienced team will be here to assist you.
We would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your loved ones the very best at this difficult time and stress that we are here to help you!
Don’t forget to take advantage of our Telephone and Video conference facilities.
If you or a loved one requires legal assistance, we are offering initial complimentary telephone/video conference consultations so that you don’t have to leave the comfort of your own home or office. Of course, we generally prefer to meet with our clients, but given these difficult and uncertain times, we would suggest that you simply call us on 020 8643 5265 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss how best to help you.
Copley Clark Solicitors
We provide specialist legal advice with a first class client service. Our offices are in Sutton and Banstead and the services we offer include:
Each month we have a limited number of complimentary initial phone consultations available
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