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Update posted on 24th March 2020:
In light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Silk Family Law would like to reassure all our clients that we remain open for business.
Our team are now all working remotely from home, and will continue working to advise and support you during these difficult and unprecedented times.
We shall continue to deliver the same high level of service to all our clients; which includes advisory meetings by telephone or messaging/video links. The majority of court appointments are now being undertaken remotely. If you have a hearing listed in the next few weeks, we shall keep you updated if or when arrangements change and plan for this accordingly.
In continuing to progress your instructions we shall remain in close contact, to assess and advise as to how any changes to your and/or your partner’s professional/business or family circumstances should be addressed.
All our services as a top tier specialist family law practice continue to remain available to new clients:
Information on paying for services:
You can contact us online anytime or by calling our main office number during office hours:
GUIDANCE ON MEETINGS
We are committed to a high quality of service and, wherever possible, will work around changing circumstances, for example conducting meetings via conference call or video link where required.
To minimise risks to both our clients and our staff, we have updated our procedures, particularly in relation to meetings.
If you have recently attended a meeting or have plans to meet
We kindly ask that you read the following information carefully and let us know immediately if you are affected by any of the points raised.
Please inform your Solicitor or their secretary, if in the last 14 days, you or anyone you live with or have had close contact (15 mins or more, face to face) with:
- Has been diagnosed with COVID19 or is awaiting a test
- Is self isolating
- Has travelled to any of the category 1 countries on this government list
- Has travelled to a category 2 country and has developed symptoms or been advised to self isolate
- Has travelled to any of the category 2 countries but doesn’t have symptoms
Current information from government, health and justice departments can be found here:
Please be reassured that we are continuously monitoring advice and updates from government and health agencies, and in all circumstances will keep you up to date on any changes to your case schedule or arrangements.
However please do contact us if you have any particular queries or concerns.
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