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, Latest News From Lee 19th March 2020, Brydens Lawyers

At Brydens Lawyers we are committed to protecting the health and wellbeing of our employees, clients and all visitors to our premises.  We continue to monitor developments in the advice of expert authorities and our thoughts remain with those affected by COVID-19.

As the impact of COVID-19 further escalates we are writing to advise that Brydens Lawyers are adopting a number of measures in order to contain our staff and minimise the risk of contracting the virus.

To that end it is requested that all clients do not attend the offices of Brydens Lawyers unless strictly necessary or if you have been requested to do so. Your solicitor and the paralegal assisting with your matter will always be available to speak with you by way of telephone or video link up if you have that technology available. Rest assured the quality of our service to you will not be impaired or compromised in any way by reason of these changes. If you have any documents that need to be provided then you can choose to email or mail same to us (ensuring that you retain a copy) or leaving same with our receptionist.

All critical functions of Brydens Lawyers will continue to operate as normal. We will maintain the highest level of expert legal advice and representation that you have become accustomed to.

These are challenging times. We are, as we have said, doing what we can to protect the health and wellbeing of our staff and clients. This will remain of paramount importance.

We will keep you informed as to any changes to what we hope will only be temporary arrangements. If you have any questions, then please do not hesitate to contact your solicitor.

Yours faithfully,

Bandeli (Lee) Hagipantelis