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Approaching our 42nd anniversary in business 26 May 2020

We are delighted that as we approach our 42nd anniversary in business on the 28th of May that we have some good news to report in the present pandemic constraints. Whilst our office remains closed to the public, we are otherwise operating as normally as possible.  We have almost all of our solicitors and a number secretaries available or working remotely.  We are just in the process of finishing off renovations to make the office environment compliant with all Covid regulations.  We have erected protective screens in  reception,  interview room and between our secretaries.   We hope shortly to be in a position whereby we  can work  and interface safely with the public.  We will reduce density by allowing home working where possible but incrementally increase our staff in the office.   Interviews will be by appointment only (unfortunately)  and will be scheduled to ensure minimum presence and maximum protection on the premises.  Our receptionist, Louise, is back on the phones and she will be able to update you next week as to the resumption of ‘almost normal’ protocols!

We are delighted to welcome Joe Rafferty to the firm as a replacement for Harry McCourt who no longer practises with us. We are sure that you will find Joe both accommodating,  approachable and a very proficient practitioner in the fields of family, marital  and criminal law. Joe is available for PACE interviews although at present these are curtailed. His email address is joe@ch-solicitors.com and his mobile is 07894 712125.

Even with the retirement of Martin Campbell, we still enjoy a cohort of nine solicitors and a total of sixteen ancillary staff to assist our clients – whom we will strive to support in  this challenging climate and to whom we extend our thanks for your loyal support over the past 42 years.  We look forward to serving our existing and future clients for many more years to come.   May you all remain safe and well.