The health and safety of our staff, clients and fellow businesses is our given priority in any period. Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, we want to inform you that, unfortunately, we will not be hosting a face-to-face meeting for the foreseeable future.
Fortunately, as a firm, we have adapted to the current circumstances to ensure that we are still open and available to you. Whether you are a current client, a new client or someone who would like some helpful advice from a trusted Solicitor regarding your situation and Covid 19; we have the following systems and procedures in place:
- We have the facilities in place to host an appointment via telephone or video call. Our lines are open as normal between office hours, so please do not hesitate to call us on 01234 350244.
- Rather than post, you can send us any documents electronically. If you already have a solicitor, then you can send it to them via their email. If not, you can send any documents to our secure inbox [email protected], monitored around the clock.
Worried about making payment? You can call us on 01234 350244 and speak to a team member to make payment securely over the phone.
- We are here for you! We have recently set up our Twitter: twitter.com/AskDeoVolente, which is available for anyone to use if they would like some bitesize advice regarding Covid 19. We understand there are many questions that people have at the current time, and we're here to help answer those questions. Ask us anything, and know you will be getting advice from a trusted solicitor! #AskDV
Whilst the future may be somewhat uncertain; we can assure you that you can find certainty in DV Solicitors. We will continue to follow Government advice and closely monitor the situation, alas also maintain to put measures in place to ensure that we can deliver excellent customer service and help any persons where we can.
We look forward to speaking to you on the phone, on Skype or Twitter!
Do contact us on 01234 350244.
People rely on us, and we pride ourselves on our client-centered advocacy and representation.