Thursfields Solicitors Client Charter

Our commitment to you.

We will;

  • Provide you with clear, open high quality legal advice;
  • Provide consistent client care throughout your case;
  • Be friendly and approachable and always treat you with courtesy and respect;
  • Listen and understand what matters to you – we are committed to providing you with peace of mind;
  • Communicate with you in plain English, minimising legal jargon, to ensure that you understand the legal issues in your case and how it is being progressed;
  • Fully explain your options and provide you with advice to enable you to make your own informed decisions;
  • Keep you informed as to progress of your case and provide you with regular updates;
  • Aim to return your telephone calls as soon as reasonably practicable;
  • Aim to respond to emails and/or letters within  a reasonable period of time;
  • Be transparent on costs and pricing options from the start of your case – throughout your transaction we will continue to keep you updated as to likely charges and/or unusual or anticipated costs at least every six months.

What we expect of you:

  • Provide us with clear, timely and accurate instructions;
  • Let us know if anything changes in your position or instructions as quickly as possible;
  • Respond to our requests for information courteously and as quickly as possible;
  • Consider carefully and act upon our advice to you;
  • Pay our invoices promptly and within 14 days to avoid any delay in your transaction;
  • Let us know if we are not providing you with the service expected or if things are not going as well as you had hoped.

We always appreciate your feedback so we can further improve our services.

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30/03/2020

Further guidance on commercial property measures – Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Thursfields Solicitors has issued further guidance to commercial tenants following Royal Assent for the Coronavirus Act 2020. Tony Gibb, Director and Head of the Commercial Property team said: “The Government has acted swiftly to try and protect commercial tenants, with the intention of securing continuity for high street and other businesses when the current restrictions…

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30/03/2020

Furlough leave – the government releases further guidance

Further to our previous article, Lockdown – what do employers do now?, we have now received further guidance from the government in respect of its Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. You can review the complete guidance here In summary: The scheme is open to all UK employers that had a PAYE scheme in place on 28…

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