We will continue to support all of our clients, old and new, remotely and you can contact us on the usual phone numbers and email addresses. We’d like you to know that we aim to maintain functionality, service and our 25 year commitment to the communities we serve and to exceed client expectations as the weeks progress.
Unfortunately we will not be able to hold face to face meetings, however we are using video conferencing technology (Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams and others) to conduct remote meetings.
The outbreak of Coronavirus (Covid-19) has had a deep impact on individuals and businesses across the world and our primary focus is to ensure the health and wellbeing of our staff, clients, friends and family.
We appreciate that this is a difficult situation and we will continue to closely monitor and follow UK Government advice, as and when it is issued. We can and will be happy to accept instructions for new matters and we ask that you contact us by email or telephone to discuss your legal needs.
We are contactable by phone as normal, and by email.
All the team at Peace Legal are currently in good health and we take our public duty in the fight against the spread of Covid-19 very seriously.
During the last period of lockdown you made many new enquiries presenting us with a host of questions and problems to solve. Even though we were not office based we managed to function well and with your understanding and patience we dealt with 69% of enquiries over the telephone, 26% from emails or through our website and 5% by post.
Many matters concluded during the lockdown and current matters continued to progress satisfactorily with video conferencing and telephone appointments.
Thank you for continuing to trust us. Our staff have felt privileged to assist and feel valued as a consequence.
Christopher Peace & Julian Flewitt
Directors Peace Legal Ltd
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