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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.



 

  • Friday 2nd July 2010

    World Cup fever

    As the streets are filling up with the flags of St George in anticipation of the World Cup many employers are already worrying about the many employment issues that will arise from this sporting event. Without wishing to be killjoys, how can employers deal with the issues that arise from ...

  • Thursday 1st July 2010

    Gullands solicitors warn on Wills with top heavy legacies

    Those who have made Wills but haven’t recently reviewed them may find that legacies and gifts included when the economy was a little more buoyant now leave little available for family and friends, warns Gullands Solicitors. Alex Astley, partner at Gullands Solicitors comments: “There ...

  • Friday 25th June 2010

    Gullands solicitors warn on CGT apportion following Budget rise

    In the Budget on Tuesday (22 June) the Chancellor announced that Capital Gains Tax will rise with immediate effect for higher rate tax payers from 18% to 28%. The annual allowance remains at £10,100. Alex Astley, a partner at Gullands Solicitors warns: “Since this rise has been ...

  • Thursday 24th June 2010

    Is World Cup fever distracting warring couples?

    As World Cup fever grips the nation divorce solicitors in Maidstone are reporting a significant reduction in the number of new divorce instructions from clients since the start of the tournament two weeks ago, compared to the number they would typically receive over the same period. “It ...

  • Tuesday 11th May 2010

    Potholes need not leave a hole in your pocket, says law firm Gullands

    One of the defining characteristics of this year’s hard winter has been the rapid deterioration of our roads and the appearance of potholes. So serious is the problem that Alastair Darling in his Budget on 25 March announced an extra £100m to help local authorities fix blighted ...

  • Monday 10th May 2010

    UK air passengers may be hit by airport parking charges follow ash cloud delays, warns law firm Gullands

    It is estimated that there are more than 150,000 UK holiday-makers and travellers trapped abroad following the prolonged eruption of the Iceland volcano and many could find themselves with a hefty airport car-parking bill when they finally return, warns Kent law firm Gullands. EU regulations offer ...

  • Monday 22nd March 2010

    Lease expiry and dilapidations - don't fall foul

    Landlords and tenants approaching the end of a lease face a potential minefield and are advised to tread carefully taking professional advice – that was the message given to delegates at a seminar held on Thursday 18 March 2010 by Kent law firm Gullands and Maidstone chartered surveyor Terry ...

  • Saturday 27th February 2010

    Who gets the family home?

    Family break-up is always complicated and when there is a property involved, things can get very complex indeed. In principle, when a couple are cohabiting (not married or in a civil partnership) the property belongs as of right to whoever is shown on the deeds as the owner. Where there are minor ...

  • Friday 26th February 2010

    Companies Act model articles ? Think before you leap

    The Companies Act 2006 came into effect fully on 1 October 2009. One of the advantages of the Act is that it has made the incorporation of a company easier by creating a new and simplified set of model articles of incorporation. However, before you rush off and buy an ‘off the shelf’ ...

  • Thursday 25th February 2010

    Morgan, set to 'pick up the pace' with our help

    A champion rower from Maidstone will find things a little easier after Gullands have agreed to sponsor him for three years.Morgan Hellen, from Bower Mount Road, is a 17-year-old pupil from Oakwood Park Grammar School and a member of Maidstone Invicta Rowing Club.Gullands’ Partner, Leroy ...

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