Coronavirus

Coronavirus Resource Hub

The coronavirus pandemic is impacting the UK in ways never seen before. From families to businesses, we are all rapidly adapting to the challenges and changes of our current situation, to minimise the impact of the virus.

Many of us will be facing struggles during this challenging time. As a result, we’ve spoken to many clients who are experiencing legal difficulties which require our advice and support.

Our teams are here to help during this time.  Please find below our collection of advice, practical tips and useful information put together for you during these unprecedented events.

Need to speak to one of our legal experts?

Our staff have full access to phone, email or video conferencing so please get in touch with us today to discuss your needs.


For personal:

Tax, Wills & Probate:
  • FAQ on making a will
    Have you always thought about making a will but not sure where to start, or have some questions about what's involved? We've got the basics covered in this Wills FAQ.
  • Making a Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA)
    Lasting Powers of Attorney are important to have in place, looking after both your property and affairs as well as your health and welfare. Contact us today if you have any questions about the process.
  • The coronavirus lockdown is the time to transfer property and save tax
    Our Tax, Wills and Probate expert Jeremy Tucker crunches the numbers and shares his thoughts on what could be an opportunity for many families during the coronavirus pandemic.
Family:
Residential Property:
Employment:
  • FAQ - Furloughing
    Head of Employment Mark Broad provides an extensive FAQ on furloughing, its process and what it means for both employers and employees during the coronavirus pandemic.

For businesses:

Commercial Property:
Landlord & Tenant:
Employment:
  • FAQ - Furloughing
    Head of Employment Mark Broad provides an extensive FAQ on furloughing, its process and what it means for both employers and employees during the coronavirus pandemic.​
Commercial Litigation:

We remain ‘business as usual’ and continue to work hard to provide support to both our new and existing clients. Click here for our full statement on how we’ve responded to the coronavirus.

Please visit www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response for the latest Government advice regarding COVID-19.

We wish you all the very best of health.