FJG launches a COVID-19 Legal Advice hub
13 July 2020 by Rebecca Webber
We’re delighted to launch a Coronavirus Legal Advice hub on our website. The hub collates topical articles and relevant information that FJG have put together on legal issues that have been affected by or that have arisen as a result of Coronavirus. Our aim is to help our clients and the Essex community by providing effortless access to up-to-date news during these difficult times.
The hub provides a continual stream of updates in law as circumstances develop and change across a broad range of legal subjects. This includes guidance for how COVID-19 may affect family circumstances, such as difficulties with separation or child arrangements or putting into place a Will or Lasting Powers of Attorney. Moreover, the hub looks at implications that Coronavirus may have on debt and tax, immigration, landlords, tenants, and property transactions from a personal and business perspective. In addition to this, the hub offers advice for employers and employees with the latest information on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Throughout 2020, FJG have innovated their offering in line with the needs of their clients, launching online inductions for both their Family Law and Wills, Life Planning and Probate services, as well as, revising their ‘drop-in’ sessions to become virtual, online advice clinics. This new hub is another way that FJG are supporting their clients, existing and new, in accessing legal advice and information.
Paula Cameron, Managing Partner at FJG commented, “At FJG, we feel it is our job to support and guide our clients through these challenging times. Along with our other initiatives this year, the newly created ‘one-stop-shop’ of information and expert advice for our clients’ needs is another string to our bow. I am very proud of how FJG have been able to adapt over the last few months and I look forward to the future with optimism”.
Visit FJG’s Coronavirus Legal Advice hub here.
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