Holmes & Hills Solicitors continues to provide a full range of services, but asks that clients do not attend its offices

Announcement Regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

This page was last reviewed on 8th April 2020.

Holmes & Hills Solicitors is able to reassure its clients and contacts that the firm continues to provide services to clients with existing matters, as well as those that wish to contact the firm for the first time or with a new matter. The firm also continues to liaise and work with third-parties and professionals in the servicing of existing and new clients.

Management and staff at Holmes & Hills are acting in accordance with the latest Government guidance and have implemented policies to protect the health and welfare of staff, clients, contacts and suppliers, as well as to provide for the continuation of services to existing and new clients. Holmes & Hills staff are already working from home and those remainder that are not are being organised to.

Please do not attend one of Holmes & Hills’ offices, as these will not be open to clients. Those with meetings scheduled to take place at a Holmes & Hills office will be contacted by a member of staff to clarify the position and confirm alternative arrangements, such as a telephone call, or exchange of documents via email/post.

If you have an existing matter with Holmes & Hills, or are due to attend a Holmes & Hills office and are concerned about the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) please call 01376 320456 (Essex) or 01787 275275 (Suffolk) to discuss your concerns with the legal professional acting for you or a member of their team. We are experiencing and expecting high volumes of calls and ask that you are patient when trying to contact us.

Existing and new clients can be reassured that Holmes & Hills is able to continue to provide the services you require.

This page will be updated as and when circumstances or Government guidance changes.


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