Coronavirus / COVID 19 – remote working at Tallents Solicitors

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We are still open for business, however following the advice of our government we’re now closing the offices to the general public and clients. We hope that this will not impede or interfere with our normal level of service.

The majority of our staff will now be working remotely but they can all still be contacted by email or by phone. Please telephone the office in the usual way and you’ll be directed to the appropriate member of staff.

We may ask you to bear with us as there may be some teething problems but we trust that you’ll understand in these unprecedented times.

Thank you for your understanding and co-operation. We’ll continue to post any updates or changes to this website and social media pages but please keep checking regularly and please keep safe.

Tallents Solicitors

UPDATED: Monday 23rd March 2020

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