This page was updated on 15 June 2021.
In line with Government plans in respect of non-essential retail our office receptions are open with the exception of our Canterbury Broad Street office.
Canterbury Broad Street, an 18th century Grade II listed cottage, is generally incompatible with current social distancing requirements so we have to take extra care with visitors.
We would ask you to not visit any of our offices unless it is absolutely necessary. If you think you really need to see us please telephone us first.
During the current restrictions we are continuing with business as usual and our lawyers and other colleagues will be happy to deal with you on the telephone, by video conferencing or by email and post.
Our lawyers are partly working from home using secure online systems to access files and emails. Please email us as normal.
Much of our work is usually conducted by telephone. If you wish to phone your lawyer click through to their profile page to find their direct dial telephone number.
We are sorry for any inconvenience caused by these changes to our normal services. All of the measures we are taking are to protect you, our staff and other visitors to our offices, some of whom may be particularly vulnerable if exposed to Covid-19.
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 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.
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