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Fosters Solicitors - We are open and here to help

We wanted to take a moment to further update our clients, fellow professionals and partners in the community about our continued response to COVID-19.

In light of this ongoing health emergency, we want to reassure our clients that we remain accessible and fully prepared to provide legal advice and support across all our practice areas.

However, our first priority must be the health and well-being of clients, colleagues and all in our communities, and we are following the government guidelines to help ensure everybody’s safety.

Behind the scenes we have implemented a business continuity plan that allows for remote working, but also for all of us to be contacted in all of the usual ways – landlines, emails and mobile phones, as well as introducing online meeting facilities. We can offer meetings via Skype, Zoom or FaceTime as well as other recognised formats.

If you are an existing client you can contact your lawyer in the usual way, they remain available by email or phone in the first instance.

If you would like to enquire about any of our legal services please call our switchboard 01603 620508  to be directed to the relevant department. These services are open Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm.

In respect to the government guidelines, we would ask people not to visit our offices without prior appointment and to use the communication methods outlined above. However, we can assure clients that all post and document deliveries to our Norwich, Lowestoft and Wymondham offices are being checked daily, Monday to Friday.

Our commercial teams are ready to help any of our fellow businesses who are also concerned about how to operate in these challenging times – and to all of our individual clients and partners we thank you for your continued support, please stay safe and we remain here to help.

This article was produced on the 26th March 2020 by our Communications team for information purposes only and should not be construed or relied upon as specific legal advice.