Modern technology is an incredible thing – and it’s thanks to electronic and digital communications that we at Andersonbain are able to protect our team and you, our clients. As from Monday, 6th April, we have decided that, in line with government advice relating to the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19, all of our staff will be working remotely from home. Our office will be closed to all members of the public.
We are experiencing a huge surge of calls and email requests following this announcement, at a time when our capacity is more restricted than normal by sickness absence. Our capacity to answer calls will be restricted and more calls than normal will end in voicemail.
Please Remain Patient - We Are in This Together
We are all in this together. We ask that everyone tries to be kind to each other and to our staff throughout what are already the most stressful and anxious of times for everyone, let alone someone who is supposed to be moving home.
The UK's measures to combat coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the way we handle legal matters. At andersonbain, we strive to help our clients at a time of need, which is why we have listed some coronavirus-related guides to help with any queries you may have at this time:
Wills, Trusts & Power of Attorney:
- Who can witness my Will with social distancing measures in place?
- The importance of sorting your Will in the times of coronavirus
- The function of a Power of Attorney in the coronavirus pandemic
- How do the COVID measures affect my estate planning?
- Divorce rates expected to spike during coronavirus lockdown
- What does the UK wide lockdown mean for separated families?
If your question remains unanswered, our team are here to help. Although our offices are closed, our specialist lawyers are readily available to assist you with any legal concern you may have. Contact andersonbain today on 01224 456 789 or via the online enquiry form.