We are open
During these uncertain times, it is good to know you can count on us.
Even after the recent Government announcement of another national lockdown we remain open for business and are here to help you.
We always put the health and wellbeing of our clients and staff at the forefront of all we do.
We are very well placed to continue to operate our business efficiently and effectively. Even though our offices are now closed and face-to-face meetings currently cancelled, we are committed to working with you. We will be working remotely, so instead of seeing us in our offices, you may see us virtually via FaceTime, Zoom or Teams, as well as on the telephone and on email.
We hope that there will be minimal inconvenience, but if there is anything we can do to help, please do contact us.
Existing clients can contact their usual Downs Solicitors team member in the usual way. For any other enquiries please use the contact form on our website here or, you can use our new “chat” function.
As other third party services are also operating remotely, there may be delays in processing some applications. We are seeing high demand for services such as probate, employment and conveyancing which rely on us communicating with external government departments. Rest assured we are doing everything we can to work as quickly as possible so please be patient.
Thank you for your support during this challenging and difficult time.
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