As at 28.07.2020
We have reviewed our office practice in line with the gradual easing of lockdown restrictions announced by the Government.
Whilst we are gradually reintroducing our members of staff to our office, our priority will remain to the health & safety of our employees, clients and prospective clients.
Our preference will therefore remain for clients to continue to work with us remotely, at this stage, via email, post, telephone and video call. If, however, you feel you need a face to face appointment and/or drop documentation to our office, arrangements can now be made.
Please do not request an appointment or visit our office if you have any symptoms of Covid-19 being a high temperature, persistent cough, loss of taste and smell or if you have been in contact with anyone who is showing symptoms of Covid-19.
As we wish to limit face to face meetings which are essential only, you will need to call and make an advance appointment. We will only allow one client access to our reception area at one time and so it is important that you request access only at your designated time of appointment. Please note, our refreshment & toilet facilities will not be in use at this time.
We have a designated meeting room within our board room area which will be utilised for face to face meetings. There is a hand sanitiser in the room as you enter and it will be cleaned before and after each meeting. We request those client’s entering our offices wear masks and gloves. In our reception area, there is tape to marking the 2 metre distance & we ask all clients to observe the distancing measure with our staff at all times.
We thank you all for your continued support during unprecedented times and in controlling the virus by staying safe and alert.
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