Legal guidance through uncertain times.
As Coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, businesses, families and individuals are facing an unprecedented range of issues. Although we in the midst of a situation which changes daily, Collyer Bristow’s teams continue to consider the issues most affecting and concerning our clients and contacts, and are regularly producing insights and guidance.
Areas where we are seeing clients requiring additional COVID-19 related support include:
Commercial dispute resolution
Private wealth (individuals & families)
- Contentious trusts & probate
- Employment law for employees
- Family & divorce
- Trusts, tax & estate planning
- Wills & succession planning
Who to talk to at Collyer Bristow
Our teams are on hand to provide guidance on a full range of issues relating to coronavirus including employee health and wellbeing, employer responsibilities, contracts, dispute resolution, and corporate restructuring & insolvency. Please feel free to direct any queries you may have to the people listed below or make use of our free hotlines (listed above).
Additional wellbeing support
In this unsettling time, looking after our physical and mental wellbeing is more important than ever.
CALM, the Campaign Against Living Miserably, is our 2020 Charity of the Year. CALM is leading a movement against suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK and the cause of 18 deaths every day.
Are you in need of someone to talk to? Call the CALM helpline 5pm–midnight, 365 days a year on 0800 58 58 58 or use the webchat service.
Visiting our offices: COVID-19 guidance
We are pleased to confirm that our offices are now open for pre-booked meetings. Please observe the following office protocols and any directions given to you by our staff.
An update from our CEO
Collyer Bristow is monitoring carefully the escalating coronavirus situation. We are taking appropriate actions with the wellbeing of our clients, colleagues and our wider community being foremost in our minds.
Coronavirus: tips for private clients
We have put together a helpful list of the important tax and estate planning tips you should be thinking about during, and in the aftermath of, the pandemic.