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We are delighted to inform you that, in line with non-essential retail reopening on Monday 12th April, our offices will also re-open on that date. In accordance with Government guidelines, many of our employees will continue to work from home where possible but face to face meetings can, where necessary, also now be arranged. Social distancing and temperature screening measures will be in place and we would respectfully ask all visitors to wear a face covering unless exempt. Hand sanitisers are available in the reception area. 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 this difficult time and send our best wishes to you and your family.

  • Thursday 9th July 2020

    Employers must consider disability before dismissing staff

    A recent employment tribunal ruling in March is a reminder for employers to fully understand an employee’s disability prior to disciplinary proceedings which may lead to dismissal. The successful claim was brought against the Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust. The Trust ...

  • Thursday 9th July 2020

    Legal considerations for Coronavirus lending

    For businesses now focused on recovery, funding is still available through the Government backed schemes but it is important to understand exactly what you might be undertaking if you apply. For small-medium sized firms the Business Bounce Back Scheme (BBLS) provides borrowing from £2k up ...

  • Thursday 9th July 2020

    Welcome to InBrief Summer 2020

    Looking ahead to the next few months as we emerge fully from the lockdown there will have been and will continue to be a number of changes for many business owners and individuals and our team is here to guide you through all of the legal challenges this may bring. We have picked a number of ...

  • Thursday 9th July 2020

    Child residency changes

    For many reasons parents who are separated or divorced may seek to change the living arrangements for their child and if this is a decision which can be reached amicably between both parents then there is no need to go to court to formalise it. It can however be beneficial to discuss the situation ...

  • Thursday 9th July 2020

    Return to the High Street

    After over 100 days of lock down for most businesses, Maidstone Town Centre is now open to all non-essential retailers and further restrictions are being lifted from early July to see most remaining businesses such as hairdressers reopen. Many people might feel a little trepidation about ...

  • Thursday 9th July 2020

    Reviewing Terms & Conditions

    Following all of the restrictions and changes to how businesses of all types could operate during the Covid-19 pandemic and now as they reopen, changes to how your business provides goods and services for your clients and customers may have changed, therefore it is advisable to review your Terms ...

  • Thursday 9th July 2020

    Commercial leases and rent reviews

    If you own or rent commercial property and a rent review is approaching, or was due to take place during the lockdown, how should you now deal with the review at this time? The purpose of a rent review is to allow for the adjustment of rent to the current market level at the date of the review ...

  • Thursday 9th July 2020

    Lasting Powers of Attorney Update

    The Office of the Public Guardian which oversees Lasting Powers of Attorney has provided updated advice for deputies and attorneys to enable them to carry on their duties during the Covid-19 pandemic. Over recent weeks there will have been many instances where deputies and attorneys have not ...

  • Thursday 9th July 2020

    Will warning

    If you have used a Will writer to prepare a Will for you, you should be aware that an Independent review of legal service regulation has recommended accreditation for all Will writers. Reviewing your Will with a solicitor is now advisable to make sure it is comprehensive and ...

  • Thursday 9th July 2020

    Rent arrears reprieve for thousands of tenants

    The Government announced in June that it is extending the ban on evictions for social housing and private tenants in England and Wales until 23 August 2020. Tenants who are in rent arrears due to losing their jobs or having to self-isolate during the Covid-19 pandemic faced the prospect of court ...

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