Coronavirus (Covid-19) Response

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Here to Help

The Coronavirus crisis has generated numerous issues for businesses and individuals. We are here to help with any new issues that you may now be facing. If you need advice about any of the following, these are the solicitors who can help.


Challenging a will: John Wiblin

Contracts, restructuring or exiting a business: Daniel Burns

Commercial property: Rachael Spalton

Debt recovery and insolvency: John Wiblin

Disputes (business or private): John Wiblin

Disputes about commercial and residential leases: John Wagstaffe

Ending a marriage or relationship: Tracey Dargan

Furlough, redundancy and grievances: Richard Gvero

Wills, powers of attorney and probate: Richard Horwood


If you have other concerns about your business or personal matters and are not sure what do to, just get in touch and ask. We will be able to offer some advice or point you in the right direction.


Contact Us

We are “open” for business during our usual hours, via our usual phone numbers and email addresses whilst our office is closed and staff are working remotely.

Direct contact details for our solicitors are on our People page.

Reception: 01992 300333



Post and Deliveries

The office is closed, however if you need to deliver small items of post to us please do so through the front door. If you need to deliver a large envelope, parcel, or have any questions about deliveries, please call 01992 300333 and we will advise you what to do.


Message from the Senior Partners

The health and safety of our clients and staff remain our primary concern and we are following all the government guidelines. Our office is still closed until government restrictions change but we have started to plan how we will operate when we do reopen. Screens, face masks, hand washing, staggered appointments and social distancing will be the order of the day – we will share more details when the time comes.

As a firm of solicitors who have been based in our offices in Hertford for over 200 years the concept of remote working came as something new to us. Our staff quickly adapted and discovered, like so many others, that there are positive benefits to homeworking which we hope to incorporate into our culture in some way going forward. Most of our clients have been happy to deal with us remotely via “virtual” meetings and this will carry on for the time being.

Like businesses throughout the country we have had change forced upon us by Coronavirus and the lockdown but are looking at this as a challenge to which we need to rise and adjust our business and the way we work.

We would like to reassure all our clients and professional colleagues that the staff at Longmores are passionate about providing an exceptional service and we will do everything in our power to continue to do so for the duration of the Coronavirus crisis and beyond.

Richard Gvero and Chris Pease, Joint Senior Partners