At the moment we are still working as close to normal as possible. The criminal justice system is in turmoil. It can’t stop, so to that extent, at the moment we are regarded as “essential workers”.
The courts are still operating, though at a reduced level. Beltrami & Company believes in the rights of individuals and businesses to be fairly treated within our justice and courts system and will continue to do all in our power to continue this role.
We will be restricting face to face meetings but will be available by telephone, video-call, etc. for all work - emergency or otherwise. In these exceptional times, it is important to remember that life will go on, people will continue to need each other and good legal advice. Let’s work together to face the future.
The UK's measures to combat coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the way we handle legal matters. At Beltrami & Co, we strive to help our clients at a time of need, which is why we have listed some coronavirus-related guides to help with any queries you may have at this time:
- Coronavirus: The possible future of criminal proceedings via video links
- How is the criminal justice system adapting to the coronavirus pandemic?
- Divorce rates expected to spike during coronavirus lockdown
- What does the UK-wide lockdown mean for separated families?
If your question remains unanswered, our team are here to help. Although our offices are closed, our specialist lawyers are readily available to assist you with any legal concern you may have. Contact Beltrami & Co solicitors today on 0141 429 2262 or via the online enquiry form.