Welcome to Heringtons Solicitors
Our visitor policy - from Monday 12 April 2021
We are pleased to welcome you to our offices by prior appointment only.
If you have an appointment please ring the door bell and wait for attention. Please be patient as reception staff may be taking a telephone call.
Telephone appointments/video calls can also be arranged via Skype, Facetime, Zoom etc.
In some instances our lawyers may be able to attend you at your home with strict social distancing measures.
Documents can be put through our branch letterboxes.
Please do not enter our premises if you are experiencing recent onset of:
Our hours of business are 9am to 5pm from Monday to Friday if you wish to speak to us. Outside these times an answering service will take your call and ensure that your message is passed to the right person.
Click here for details of all our branch telephone numbers etc.
We are committed to delivering a service to our clients within Government guidelines. But some other organisations upon which we rely may still be closed or operating differently and that may affect your transaction. If you are involved in a property transaction we recommend that you read the Government’s latest advice which can be found here
Making a Will
For guidance on making or amending a Will at this time click here
Identity and cyber security
Although we usually like to meet our clients in person at some stage so as to provide assurance of identity we do have online facilities to check scanned identity documents. We do require some additional information but nothing that should not be readily accessible.
We have technical measures in place to ensure the security of our systems and the data they hold. We regularly train our staff on cyber risks and the precautions required when working from home.
We may have higher levels of absence than normal.
Colleagues are covering work as necessary so you still always have a named lawyer to speak to about your matter. Appropriate email auto reply messages will be sent giving alternative lawyers to contact. Please pay careful attention to these and re-send your email to an alternative address if so requested.
Email communication is very much preferred but if that is not possible, please ring.
We are confident that, by taking this approach, we can ensure that public health is protected and that your matter is dealt with as efficiently as possible.