Statement on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Last Updated 24th March 2020

Following the government update on the 24th March, we have taken the decision to move to remote working with immediate effect.

However, Burton & Dyson will continue to work hard on your matters during this period.

 

Continuity

Burton & Dyson have made significant investments over the years to ensure that our staff can work remotely and that we remain fully functional.  Contingency plans are in place to ensure we are able to provide continuity of service while also maintaining security.

 

Meetings

We are restricting face to face meetings.  Whist we are able to accommodate urgent and necessary meetings, such as Wills and document signings, you should not come to the office unless a specific plan has been agreed in advance.

We are able to accommodate alternatives to face to face meetings, such as telephone conferences or video calling.  Regardless of number of parties involved, we have the technology in place.

 

Communicating with us

Where at all possible, please consider sending us correspondence by email.  This will be the most efficient way of contacting us during this period.

If you need to drop off hard copy documents at our office, please do so by using our office post box.  You should phone or email us in advance so that we can get this to the right person quickly.

 

Any questions

If you have you have any concerns, you should get in touch with your usual contact at Burton & Dyson listed below.

Steven Hardy

Lisa Whitelam

Sarah Grayson

Ronda Rushby

Charlotte Ketley

Kelly-Ann Fransz

Laura Coleman-Day

Gemma Garfoot

Hayley Briggs

srh@burtondyson.com

ljw@burtondyson.com

seg@burtondyson.com

rjr@burtondyson.com

cek@burtondyson.com

kaf@burtondyson.com

lscd@burtondyson.com

gvg@burtondyson.com

hb@burtondyson.com

+44 (0)1427 610761

 

We will continue to monitor the situation and update you as appropriate.

Keep safe and those who can, please stay at home.