Covid-19 update: Correspondence and Post at Kent & Surrey Family Resolution

We can only accept documents and correspondence sent by email presently.

Dear Clients,

As you know, we are continuing to support our clients through the Covid-19 pandemic, following guidance from The Solicitor’s Regulatory Authority and The Law Society.

Regarding correspondence and post: with the current uncertainty we cannot guarantee that we will continue to receive post sent to our offices.

In view of this situation we can only accept documents and correspondence sent by email.

Email: nigelclarke@familyresolution.co.uk Telephone: 01227 811740

or you can use the online contact form should you prefer, accessible here: https://www.familyresolution.co.uk/contact

As we continue to support our present clients, we wish to reassure that we continue to welcome contact from new clients. We can help with support and guidance in an experienced, supportive, fair and professional way, to guide you through to the best solution.

We are a Solicitor’s Regulatory Authority-regulated firm (SRA).

We hold Law Society Panel Accreditations and Resolution Accredited Specialisms and are able to offer full support and advice on a wide range of family legal issues including:

  • Separation and divorce
  • Financial remedies
  • Children living arrangements
  • Pre-nuptial, cohabitation and separation agreements
  • Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Probate
  • Accredited ‘all issues’ Family Mediation
  • Collaborative Family Law

We can offer help with all aspects of family law, family arbitration, family mediation, independent Financial Dispute Resolution (FDRs), collaborative law act and wills and probate matters. We work across the South East and London with offices in Teddington (London), Tenterden and Canterbury.

It is a stressful and uncertain time for all and we continue to review the situation to support the wellbeing of all as safely as possible. We wish all good health and we look forward to assisting you with your family law, wills and probate matters in a satisfactory, economical and timely manner.