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This article was published on June 4th, 2020
Our priority here at Thorneycroft Solicitors is to always ensure the safety of our staff and clients, as a result, our Private Client team have introduced a host of new measures to ensure we are COVID secure and that our premises are as safe as possible.
Our new measures have been created in accordance with the government’s latest guidelines and by implementing these changes we want to reassure our clients that the premises are ready for their arrival.
The key changes that our private client team has made include the following:
Below is a video that will show the measures we have taken as well as how a typical visit to our offices will feel with these changes in place.
With these measures in place, our private client team will be able to continue to provide the same high level of client care they have become renowned for, whilst also ensuring our clients, staff and the wider community can stay as safe as possible during these challenging times.
We’ve been inspired by the selfless acts that all key workers are carrying out. As a result we want to say a special thank you to each and every key worker by offering them 15% off our wills and lasting power of attorney services until the end of June. We also want to let you know that we’re offering free initial consultations via telephone for anyone looking to create either a will or lasting power of attorney.
If you have a question about our Private Client team’s social distancing measures or would like to make an enquiry about our will drafting, probate or power of attorney services, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
You can call us for free today on 0800 1979 345 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of our team will be in touch.
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