Coronavirus (Covid-19) Response

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We Are Open

Longmores office has now re-opened by appointment only and we continue to operate during our usual working hours. The office has been deep cleaned and issued with a COVID19 Cleanliness Assurance Certificate and a rota ensures that there are never more than 50% of our staff in the office at any one time. Most of our clients have been happy to deal with us remotely via virtual meetings and this will carry on. Plus, now that government restrictions have changed we are allowed to offer meetings in person when the need arises. Whether we see you online or at the office, we are passionate about continuing to deliver an exceptional service.

The firm is following government guidelines on social distancing– this is what to expect if you visit our office:

  • Please only visit if you have an appointment – this includes making deliveries and bringing in identification
  • A face covering must be worn (masks will be available if you do not have your own)
  • Hand sanitising machines have been installed and must be used upon arrival
  • Try to maintain 2m social distancing
  • Appointments will be staggered to minimise the number of people in reception
  • Meeting rooms are marked for social distancing
  • Meeting rooms will be sanitised between each meeting
  • We will not be offering refreshments
  • Disinfectant spray and paper towels are available in the toilet to enable you to clean touch points

If you have any questions about visiting us, please call 01992 300333 and we will explain what you need to do.


Contact Us

Many of our solicitors continue to work from home – all their direct contact details are on our People page.

Reception: 01992 300333



Here to Help

The Coronavirus crisis has generated numerous issues for businesses, families and individuals.  If you need advice about any of the following, these are the solicitors who can help.

Challenging a will: John Wiblin

Commercial property: Rachael Spalton

Contracts, restructuring or exiting a business: Rina Sond

Conveyancing: Chris Pease

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.


More articles by our solicitors can be found on our BLOG page

A World at War: Contracts and Coronavirus
Businesses need to be paid – even during a pandemic
Checking All Your T’s and C’s Match Up to the New Normal
Company Responsibilities During Lockdown: Delayed Not Cancelled
Corporate Transactions During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Employers’ Considerations for the Return to Work (Part 1 of 2)
Flexible Furlough Scheme
Making Staff Redundant: 7 Things to Think About (1-3)
Selecting Employees for Redundancy Based on Interviews

Settling Cases in in Unsettling Times
Virtual Family Hearings: Tips for Attending a Hearing from Home

Landlord Tenant Collaboration for the Return to Work
Legal Matters Q&A: Commercial Leases
Stamp Duty Holiday
(Yet Another) Update on Possession Proceedings

Wills and Probate
Applying for a Grant of Probate – It’s All Change
Dealing with an Estate as an Executor During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Lights, camera, action… signing a will goes live
Spike in Demand for Will Writing