As you will all be aware the situation regarding the virus and the guidelines are changing on a daily basis. At present our office remains open but in the coming days/weeks it may be necessary for some of our staff to remain at home in line with medical guidelines. We have made arrangements for most of our staff to work from home should this be enforced or necessary.
The nature of our work makes it difficult to work from home and there is likely to be a disruption. We would ask that this be taken into consideration as we will probably be operating with reduced staff numbers and via less efficient means.
We may not be able to return telephone calls and/or emails as we would otherwise do and we request your patience and understanding whilst the potential effects of this unprecedented event unfolds.
We are at present continuing working and we would be grateful that you only contact us if absolutely necessary and preferably by email. If you have your solicitors email or direct dial please contact them directly.
We would appreciate it if you would refrain from visiting the office unless absolutely necessary. In most cases we can arrange telephone appointments instead. If you have any reason to think you may have come into contact with the virus we ask that you do not attend at our office under any circumstances. If you do attend at the office by agreement then note that we are adopting a handshake free zone.
Please contact your solicitor using their direct email address or contact:
Wrexham office: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01978 291 322
Mold office: email@example.com or telephone 01352 753 882
Whilst we may not be able to see clients face to face we are still working hard for you. Please see the link below for further information on the court system for child arrangement orders: https://www.judiciary.uk/announcements/coronavirus-crisis-guidance-on-compliance-with-family-court-child-arrangement-orders/
Please follow the following link for information on sales and purchases: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/government-advice-on-home-moving-during-the-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak