Following on from our recent post we are just touching base with you to let you know how we are currently operating.
All of our staff are currently operating on remote access as thankfully everybody is set up to work remotely.
You can contact us by ringing our normal office line 061-400533, if you have an urgent matter, but otherwise email continues to be the best way to contact us, you can email us at email@example.com
If you wish to contact any of our Solicitors directly you can email them at: –
We have received a large number of queries in relation to clients wishing to update / make their wills, and this is a service which we continue to be able to offer for clients.
What is a Will?
A Will is a legal statement of how you would like your assets (your estate) to be distributed after your death.
Why should I make a Will?
Making a Will has many advantages. By making a Will, you can:
- Choose how your assets will be distributed.
- Decide who will act as your Executor (this is the person who will administer your estate).
- Decide who will be guardian to your minor children.
- Provide for your dependants
- Plan for inheritance tax.
Having a Will also makes it easier for your loved ones when you die.
Keeping your Will up to date.
It is important to review your Will regularly, especially after any major life change – for example, if you get married or separate from your spouse.
Accordingly, if you have any queries in this regard please do not hesitate to contact us. The Law Society have issued a recommendation in relation to how wills can be witnessed while observing the appropriate social distancing recommendations
Most of the conveyancing work which we are doing is being done on an online basis. We are fully equipped to manage conveyancing work. Again, if you have any queries in this regard please do not hesitate to contact us.
We are continuing to progress litigation and personal injury cases and we can issue accident questionnaire forms in relation to new matters.
Other areas where we are continuing to offer advices are in the relation to Business Agreements / Partnership Agreements / Employment difficulties and we are available to deal with any of these queries should the need arise.
In the meantime, we hope that you are continuing to stay well and safe and hopefully together we will get through this very difficult period in all our lives with our families safe, secure and free of illness.
Once again, if you have any queries in relation to any legal matter please do not hesitate to contact us on 061-400533 or firstname.lastname@example.org