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Following the government’s announcement regarding the easing of Covid-19 restrictions Gullands have decided to continue with the precautions already in place. Therefore social distancing, temperature screening and hand sanitising measures will remain in place for the time being and we would respectfully ask all visitors to continue to wear a face covering unless exempt. Some of our employees will continue to work from home but face to face meetings can be arranged. As always if you have any symptoms of Covid-19 we would ask you not to come in and to follow government isolation guidelines. Attendance at our Gravesend office can take place by prior appointment only.  All our staff remain fully contactable by email and telephone.  We are grateful for your patience during these difficult times and remain committed to the safety and wellbeing of our clients and staff alike.

  • Friday 4th June 2021

    Covid 19 Safe Working Policy

    This is a policy document outlining our procedures to help employees of Gullands Solicitors of 10-22 Mill Street Maidstone Kent ME15 6XT and Whitehall Place, 47 The Terrace, Gravesend, Kent DA12 2DL work as safely as possible specifically during the Covid-19 Pandemic ...

  • Tuesday 21st July 2020

    Construction contracts and COVID-19 disruption

    The situation is constantly evolving so parties involved in construction projects should review their contracts periodically to ensure they remain aware of their contractual rights and remedies. The Cabinet Office has published construction-specific guidance to support the implementation of ...

  • Tuesday 12th May 2020

    Furlough scheme update for employers

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has today (Tuesday 12 May) announced an extension to the Government’s furlough scheme for four months to the end of October 2020. More detail will be available at the end of May, but we know to the end of July 2020 there are no changes. From ...

  • Friday 24th April 2020

    Returning to the workplace – what employers should consider

    As attention now begins to focus on when the lockdown restrictions in the UK will be lifted, employers will no doubt be thinking about how they can organise a return to work for those employees currently working from home or who have been furloughed. It is important to plan ahead for this as social ...

  • Friday 24th April 2020

    Working from home and disciplinary issues

    Whilst there is having to be a great deal of flexibility and trust in working arrangements at the moment, there will be many instances where employers will have doubts about the level of work and performance of some of their employees. What options are available to employers in this scenario to ...

  • Wednesday 22nd April 2020

    Buyer beware and future business investments

    The Covid-19 pandemic is causing disruption on many different levels for business owners and investors globally and being aware now and in the future of a “corona clause” in any contract will be essential for the future smooth running of your business, or the safe-guarding of your ...

  • Wednesday 22nd April 2020

    Rural commercial property and Covid-19 options for landlords

    Over the years many farm businesses have diversified and a number will now have commercial lettings where redundant farm buildings have been converted into office, retail or workshop space. In a number of instances tenancy agreements may have been made informally or not been reviewed for a number ...

  • Wednesday 22nd April 2020

    Finances and divorce

    The financial repercussions from the Covid-19 pandemic will be felt for many years to come and if you are in the process of getting divorced, your future ability to agree a financial settlement might also be impacted. With stock markets taking a tumble, currency markets fluctuating, uncertainty ...

  • Thursday 16th April 2020

    Probate – where to start

    Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the restrictions on people movements and gatherings, we are seeing an increase in questions around the probate process and we are here to help steer you through it and to make it as easy as possible. Probate is not simply a case of reading through the Will and ...

  • Thursday 2nd April 2020

    Justice system new arrangements

    The courts are currently doing their best to carry on and to keep the justice system working. Changes to individual hearings will be communicated to those directly affected by email and/or phone. Courts will be consolidated into fewer buildings and there will be 157 priority court and tribunal ...

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