Coronavirus Notice

Amid the global concern of the current COVID-19 outbreak, we want to reassure you that we are dedicated to retaining a full-service provision for all our clients, while at the same time protecting the health and wellbeing of our staff.

Beacon Law’s strategic planning and investment, over a number of years, in our people, infrastructure and tools, enables us to continue to provide Best in Class service at times like these.

Our core infrastructure enables all members of staff the capability to work remotely and collaboratively to full capacity as part of our normal business offering.

Our Business Continuity Plan is stress tested on a regular basis to ensure business resilience and stability.

Despite our own readiness to work as normal in these challenging times, we are, to a certain extent, reliant on third parties to be able to progress our client’s cases. The ability of these third parties to work as normal is out of our hands, but we shall do all we can to liaise with our business partners to minimise the effect on our client’s cases.

Please note, as of Monday 23rd March 2020, our office will be temporarily closed until further notice and all staff will be working remotely. Despite this, Beacon Law is aiming to work as normal and we look forward to continuing our important work for our clients.

As of 25th March 2020, the Royal Mail service to our office is no longer operational. As a consequence, we are, until further notice, unable to record and respond to hard copy post. Please, where possible, use email to communicate with us.

We continue to monitor the changing situation and will provide updates on our approach to this unprecedented situation as and when there are changes. We thank you in advance for your help and support with this challenging situation, and we apologise for any inconvenience.

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