Wills Trusts and Probate during COVID-19
- AuthorAmanda Voakes
Chattertons Solicitors Private Client team continue to support individuals with putting in place or reviewing Wills, Powers of Attorney and the administration of estates during the coronavirus crisis.
We are following Government recommendations and avoiding face to face contact with clients by conducting telephone or video appointments.
Most of the team are working at home but until we are told otherwise, we will have a skeleton team in the office providing support. (We cannot be certain how long that can continue.)
We are unable to follow our usual processes but we are fortunate to have excellent IT facilities and a dedicated team which has enabled us to adopt new processes that work with the current circumstances.
We are able to work securely and remotely from anywhere with internet connectivity.
We are particularly busy at the present time but if you need our help please get in touch by telephone or email and one of the team will be happy to help. Read how to contact us below.
Contact Options - Please read:
We are supporting Government Guidance in self isolation and social distancing. Therefore please contact us prior to travelling to any of our offices.
If you are a client who wishes to review your current arrangements with us OR if you are new to us but would like to consider your options, we have the following contact options:
Update or make a New Will – Make your initial Will Enquiry here and we will contact you.
Email or telephone your current Chattertons contact.
Telephone your local Chattertons office. Details here.
Contact enquiries by completing a form.