As you all are well aware, the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) is rapidly escalating, and it continues to affect our firm, our clients and our communities in evolving ways. First and foremost, the well-being of our colleagues and clients is paramount as we collectively respond to the developing COVID-19 outbreak.
We continue to closely monitor the Government guidance.
Our offices are now closed for face to face meetings. However, our IT systems enable our lawyers to work together remotely with you. We offer a range of telephone and video conferencing facilities.
We are also able to arrange for documents (including wills) to be signed and witnessed whilst maintaining social distancing rules.
Please telephone or email your usual contact for further information. Alternatively, telephone 01394 330680 and you will be directed to one of our lawyers who will be able to assist you.
You will be able to post documents and other papers to either office and these will be collected and distributed to our team daily.
Our thoughts will continue to be with all those personally impacted by COVID-19. We are grateful to all those on the front lines of fighting the spread of COVID-19.
It’s good to get expert advice, but even better to understand it.
Aquabridge Law is a different kind of law firm.
We do the same kinds of things as other firms, but we do them differently.
We help you to see complex issues more clearly, and make better decisions to secure the things you care about, whether in business or at home.
Our offices are in Chelmsford, Essex and Felixstowe (told you we’re different), Suffolk.
We specialise in commercial legal advice acting as advisers to business leaders and owners:
We also provide private client services for life outside work:
“I know if I pick up the phone they’ll respond quickly, in fact the whole experience is very user-friendly....”
Dean Braybrook, Knight Group Ltd
“We trust that you’ve got our interests at heart and will be able to negotiate for us however unpredictable the other party’s responses may be.”
Paul Cronin, Clinical Network Solutions (UK) Ltd