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Whether you’re at home or at work, if you have any questions for our legal or financial advisers please do get in touch.
On 6 July, our offices reopened for appointments. Many of us are still working from home too, but we're all available if you need us on our usual numbers and email addresses.
As well as appointments at our offices, you can still book a virtual or phone appointment if you would rather.
If you do decide to visit our offices, we have numerous safety precautions in place to ensure your safety. After booking your appointment, you will be sent a guide with further details about what will happen when you arrive.
Your usual contact's details can be found on our People pages on our website or see below for more ways to contact us.
Keep up to date with changes
Our experts are providing regular updates as the situation changes. Find out more on our special Coronavirus blog.
We can be wherever you are
We have a robust working from home set up for all our lawyers and the majority of our support team, so in many respects it is business as usual. Personal visits to our offices are now possible by appointment, and we remain available via phone, email and video call. Our switchboard remains operational, so if you have any difficulties contacting us please try the following:
Colchester – 01206 217300
Chelmsford – 01245 453800
Basildon – 01268 244144
Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and your message will be forwarded to the appropriate person.
As far as possible we will ensure any post will be dealt with as soon as possible and scanned to the relevant lawyer and their support team where appropriate. Most outgoing communication will be via email.
We value our relationships with our clients, business partners and suppliers, and we will do all we can to make sure our work with you is disrupted as little as possible.
We understand that many of our clients are facing difficult challenges in their personal and business lives. We remain committed to helping all of our clients find solutions to these challenges and, while the means of offering that support might be slightly different, we are still ready, willing and able to help.
View our Covid-19 risk assessment here.
Our usual email addresses and phone numbers remain active, but here are a few contacts should you need them:
Business - Tracey Dickens
Residential real estate – Marina Athanasiou
Employment - Julie Temple
Wills, trusts & probate – Ben Parmenter
Insolvency – Kevin Sullivan
Family & divorce – Philip Hoddell
Dispute resolution – Tracy England
Court of Protection & Inheritance Disputes – Amanda Smallcombe
Intellectual property – Jonathan Perlmutter
Independent financial advice - Nicola Ward
Commercial real estate – Emma Wraight
Agriculture & Estates – Caroline Dowding
Construction - Peter Allen