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This dedicated page contains all the information and answers to questions regarding Mason Baggott and Garton and the coronavirus.
Last update on Monday 30th March 2020 at 9:00am
As the government imposes ever stricter restrictions and coronavirus continues to spread, we remain committed to providing our services to those that need them at this difficult time.
Whilst our offices are closed we have been able to ensure that staff can work from home and we are available to provide legal support, whether that be about making a will or lasting power of attorney or family relationship problems.
We are increasingly grateful to our key workers at this time – health workers, food suppliers, utility workers and many others.
In recognition of the part they are playing, we would like to offer designated key workers a discount of 10% across our services whilst the governments restrictions are in operation. We can be contacted by telephone or email for more information.
Still available to help
Following the Prime Minister’s speech on Monday 23rd March 2020 we have reduced the staff in some of our offices to key personnel and some offices are now closed however
We are still contactable by phone, email and for video conferences. In these challenging times we have put in place measures to make sure we are in a position to continue to provide you with all of our services :
Telephones: Our office telephone numbers :-
These are still operational and will be answered.
Emails: Everybody will continue to have full access to emails. If you don’t know the email address of your key contact please send us a message through our website www.lawlincs.co.uk
Video messaging: If you would prefer to use a video messaging service to the telephone please contact us by email first so we can arrange this.
Post: We will be opening and reviewing post, but we will be able to deal with matters more effectively if you email us.
Remote working: We have a remote desktop system which allows us full access to our IT systems from any location. This will enable us to provide you the same services that you would receive were we operating under normal circumstances.
If you need to get documents or files to us it would help if you could send them in electronically. Most smart phones and tablets can be used to scan documents as pdf file (or you can just take a photo). If you need any help with this please contact us using one of the methods outlined above.