In line with Government guidance, all our Boys & Maughan offices are currently closed to visiting clients. This is to protect you, our staff and other visitors to our offices, some of whom may be particularly vulnerable if exposed to Covid-19.
We are operating our normal opening times but many of our staff are working from home using secure online systems to access files and emails.
Much of our work is normally conducted by phone and email so, wherever possible, we are continuing with business as usual. Please email us as normal. If you wish to telephone your lawyer click through to their profile page to find their direct dial telephone number.
In the current circumstances we are holding telephone meetings where we normally meet clients and other people whom we normally work with in person. Please email your usual point of contact here at Boys & Maughan for details.
We are sorry for any problems and inconvenience caused by these changes to our normal services.
Our overall approach is to follow the guidance issued by Public Health England, which can be found using the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/coronavirus-covid-19-list-of-guidance.
We are regularly monitoring the situation and preparing for all eventualities. The wellbeing of our clients and staff remains our priority.
If you have any concerns and wish to telephone us or you are not sure who would be best to call, please ring our Margate office on 01843 234000.
Guidance for clients and people seeking legal advice
We are publishing useful information via this page.
A number of people have asked us about wills and lasting powers of attorney. You can read details of our current approach to these services by clicking on this link. For our answers to some of the questions we are being frequently asked see here.
We have published guidance for separated parents on children moving between parents' homes here.
If you are a residential or commercial landlord please see this page.
Our Child Care Lawyers are continuing to represent clients at meetings with social services and at local family court hearings in Kent and beyond. Advice for people dealing with these distressing situations is regularly changing in the current crisis, so we have produced a guide to how things currently stand.
The spread of Covid-19 has forced the abrupt closures of shops, restaurants, cafés and other businesses across the UK. Click through for some general advice to local commercial landlords and tenants on their options.