Protecting you & your family

Following the Government’s announcement on 23 March that all but essential travel is prohibited for the next three weeks, many people have questions about what this means for them and their families. 

Read our latest guidance below.


As COVID-19 takes hold across the UK, we have seen a large increase in Will enquiries.  For some clients, the current restrictions may lead to practical difficulties in both giving instructions and signing the Wills.  

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Having a carefully drafted Will is important for making sure your estate passes to your desired beneficiaries after your death. While many people instruct solicitors to draft their Wills, as a result of the Government advice on social distancing and self-isolation, it is almost inevitable that some people will attempt to prepare a homemade Will.

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Priority Will advice

If you would like to explore putting a new Will in place, or amend your current Will then please complete the brief enquiry form below – we have an experienced team ready to speak with you and deal with your enquiry as quickly as possible. We are also able to work with clients to accommodate social distancing and self-isolation restrictions where applicable.

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Divorce & children 

We are facing a challenge to our society unique in modern times. At the time of writing this, Boris Johnson has effectively announced a lockdown of the entire country. But what does this mean for those going through divorce or separation?

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Fresh guidance has been issued by the country’s most senior family judge, The Rt. Hon. Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the Family Division and Head of Family Justice.

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