01622 689700 / 01474 887688


Even in full lockdown, we are still here for you.

As we are now in Lockdown, we are taking additional measures to keep our staff and clients safe. Entry to our offices is by appointment only. Face masks must be worn when entering the building and your temperature will be taken on entry. Hand sanitiser is available in the waiting area and interview rooms.

For those without appointments, we can facilitate telephone, Teams, Skype, Facetime and Zoom meetings. Any urgent or original documents should be sent to us by post/recorded delivery or scanned, whenever possible. Our full team continues to operate in the usual manner, so you will still be able to contact us by email and telephone.

Should any of our staff be unwell or unable to work we have an open file system which allows other team members to take over matters with the minimum of disruption.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us on the usual number 01622 689700.


  • Sunday 19th December 2010

    Five minutes with...Catherine Bond

    Catherine Bond is a criminal solicitor at Gullands and has worked with those who have found themselves on the wrong end of the law for the past three years. It often involves long and antisocial hours, representing everyone from homeless drug and alcohol users, Friday night revellers caught ...

  • Saturday 18th December 2010

    Don't let a Christmas tipple push you over the limit

    The Christmas period is always a time when people may be tempted to take a chance on driving home after a drink or two at the office party or family get-together. The best advice is always to avoid drinking altogether if you are planning to drive. Failing this, here is some information that may be ...

  • Friday 17th December 2010

    Gullands gets twittering

    Melissa Markham, family solicitor at Gullands has launched a twitter campaign offering free comment and advice on issues relating to relationship breakdown. Melissa, under the pseudonym ‘Divorcelegal’ has been tweeting for just a couple of months and already has a good number of ...

  • Thursday 16th December 2010

    Read And Understood Not Enough, Says FSA

    When purchasing goods or services on the Internet, it is common for websites to include, normally at a stage before a contract is formed, a tick-box which must be completed to confirm that you have read and understood the necessary terms and conditions. This may be all well and good when a ...

  • Tuesday 14th December 2010

    Buying goods online

    It is a popular misconception that buying online means that purchasers have fewer rights. In fact, you may very well have more rights buying online, or over the telephone or from a catalogue because of the Distance Selling Regulations, which gives a right to return certain goods within a week for a ...

  • Monday 13th December 2010

    EPCs - The hidden danger

    An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is intended to inform potential buyers or tenants about the energy performance of a building so they can consider energy efficiency as part of their investment or business decision to buy or occupy that building. However, tenants who alter a building in any ...

  • Sunday 12th December 2010

    The Institute Of Leadership And Management Turn To Gullands

    Gullands Solicitors is often asked to contribute articles and comment to the wider press. In November, Edge magazine, the monthly publication from The Institute of Leadership and Management invited Amanda Finn to contribute to its ‘Asks the Experts’ column. Question A member of ...

  • Saturday 11th December 2010

    We wish you a Merry Christmas, and a litigation free New Year?..

    Office Christmas parties have a habit of keeping Employment Tribunals busy well into the New Year. One recent case, for example, involving an employee spotted entering a colleague’s hotel room after the party highlights just how far removed from the incident an employer can be and yet still ...

  • Friday 10th December 2010

    Right to Buy extends to Buildings not used as a home

    A recent case confirms that for the purposes of the Leasehold Reform Act 1967, which gives tenants of let houses the right to buy them in appropriate circumstances, a ‘house’ need not be used as a residence in order for the right to buy to be exercised. Also, the legislation governing ...

  • Thursday 9th December 2010

    Melissa Markham's specialist qualification will help divorcing and separating couples

    Melissa Markham has been awarded a qualification that assists clients in settling issues arising from a relationship breakdown in a less confrontational manner. Melissa is just one of a handful of solicitors in Maidstone qualified to settle family issues using collaborative methods. The ...

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