Update

Covid-19 – Coronavirus Update

By 17th March 2020 No Comments

At LK Family Law the safety and well-being of our staff and clients is very important to us. Our priority is to protect all of our staff and to continue to service the needs of our clients.

We would like to reassure you that we are monitoring the situation extremely closely and are following all advice issued by

The World Health Organisation – WHO, the government and Public Health England.

We know it’s an unsettling situation at the moment and you may have some concerns around coronavirus (Covid-19) which is why we would like to reassure you that we are monitoring the situation extremely closely.

We are taking the following measures:

  • We have introduced additional cleaning to include wiping client areas with anti-bacterial wipes regularly.
  • We will ask you to wash your hands when you enter the building and we will continue to wash ours often.
  • We are adopting a no-handshake policy and will distance ourselves appropriately.
  • Finally, if you are feeling unwell with the coronavirus symptoms, or have recently returned from an affected area, for the safety of everyone we ask you please to not visit our office until you have self isolated in accordance with the government policy.

Until there is a change in Government policy to the contrary, we will continue to keep our office open and our phones and reception will be manned as usual. We are anticipating that the Government advice regarding isolation will change but we are already instigating arrangements for most of our staff to work from home.  Our systems have been designed, planned and tested to fully support remote working and this will enable us to continue to look after your requirements, irrespective of where anyone is located.  There may be some impact on our service but please rest assured that we will do everything we can to ensure that we continue to look after your requirements. As a precaution we have already taken steps to reduce non-essential business travel and meetings and this will result in more meetings by telephone and video conferencing.  

We will continue to update depending on the government guidelines.

LK Family Law
17 March 2020