COVID-19 Update

May 11 2020

Although all our offices remain closed for the immediate future, we are still offering a full service to clients via remote working, with all of our lawyers deployed working from home with full IT and comms. We have seen continued demand for our services and are taking on new instructions especially in the following areas:

  • Employment Law
  • Insolvency Law
  • Contract Disputes
  • Private Client work such as Wills and Probate cases
  • Matrimonial/Family law

In addition, property transactions previously placed on hold are starting up again and we are receiving new enquiries in all departments. We are encouraging property sellers and landlords to talk to us about getting your property ready for market now so as to be ready as lockdown restrictions are eased.

We have facilities for online ID checks, video-conferencing via Zoom or Teams and we can process the payment and receipt of funds electronically. We can also discuss with you the current protocols around document signature to find an appropriate solution, and if you need to send us large quantities of documents we have data rooms available.

Grant Saw has formed a team of specialist lawyers who can advise and guide you on to the legal aspects of matters affected by Coronavirus. They can help you and your business on urgent matters arising out of the crisis:

Employment advice – Michael Pope

Insolvency problems – Bimal Kotecha

Matrimonial Disputes – Mandeep Clair

Wills and Inheritance matters – Kalpa Prajapati

Commercial property issues – Mario Savvides

Issues with supply contracts – Kush Birdi

Litigation and disputes – Sarah-Kate Jackson

Coronavirus business planning – Ray Crudgington

Development Sales and Purchases – Maria Lati

House and Flat sales and purchases – Deborah Taite

Lease extensions and enfranchisement – get your flat sale-ready Tyrone Grant

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