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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.

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    Growing support for Heart of Kent Hospice

    Gullands Solicitors have once again helped raise money for the Heart of Kent Hospice by the annual opening of Blair and Tikki Gulland’s garden as part of the National Garden Scheme. The garden is one of the many thousands up and down the country, which are involved in the National Gardens ...

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    Gullands 10km sponsored walk

    On 13 June, several members of the Gullands team took to the streets of Canterbury as they embarked on a charity walk for the Kent Law Campaign. Stretching 10km, the Canterbury Legal Walk 2015 is a sponsored walk around Canterbury and the University of Kent’s beautiful Canterbury ...

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    Gullands put their oar in to support charity.

    Gullands is sponsoring this year’s Dandelion Time rowathon to raise money for the support and welfare of families across Kent. This year’s rowathon will see participants embarking on a 5,618-mile virtual journey from Marden to Madagascar between 28 September to 11 October. Dandelion ...

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    Offer your staff the MySolicitor service

    In our increasingly complex world, more and more people are finding themselves in need of cost-effective and high-quality legal advice. Gullands Solicitors, has on many occasions, been asked to offer legal service to the employees of our key corporate clients, and we have done this under the label ...

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    Obituary Roderick O'Driscoll

    It is with sadness that we announce the death of our former colleague Roderick O’Driscoll. Rod specialised in commercial, industrial and building disputes, principally in the High Court for over 30 years. In 2001 Rod joined as a senior consultant at Gulland & Gulland, where he ...

  • Monday 21st September 2015

    Legal eye on Andrew Clarke

    Name: Andrew Clarke Position: Associate Department: Litigation, Regulatory Areas of expertise: Litigation - but people now call it dispute resolution. All litigators like the cut and thrust of their work and the variety of disputes which you see. I specialise in accident and health ...

  • Wednesday 16th September 2015

    Good Faith and Planning Applications

    When it comes to planning applications, there is always a risk that your application will get rejected. It is because of this risk that some landowners have decided not to apply for planning permission. Instead, they have simply carried out the works to their property and hidden what they have ...

  • Wednesday 16th September 2015

    The Benefits of Leaving a Will and Claims of Proprietary Estoppel

    It is always a good idea to leave a Will setting set out how your estate is to be handled. Time and time again, family disputes arise as to how property is to be distributed when people either fail to leave a Will, or leave one that is outdated compared to current circumstances. On such dispute ...

  • Wednesday 16th September 2015

    Charitable giving - making sure it works for you

    There has been much coverage in the press recently about people – usually the elderly and more vulnerable, who have been bombarded by charitable requests by phone and email. Many people have charities that are close to their hearts and they choose to support them by either volunteering their ...

  • Wednesday 29th July 2015

    What WILL you be leaving to your children?

    In an interesting twist a judge has recently overturned an inheritance ruling, which saw a Hertfordshire woman being excluded from her mother’s will. Heather Ilott of Ware has been in an eight-year battle to receive some of her mother’s £486,000 estate, which was subsequently ...

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