The measures that Governments around the world have put in place in order to slow the spread of coronavirus are having a profound impact on virtually
every aspect of life.
To help you make sense of the current situation, protect your personal position and protect your business, we have created this coronavirus legal portal detailing the help that is available to you and how we can help you deal with the specific circumstances you are facing.
For your business
For you and your family
Contact us now for advice on the legal considerations involved in protecting you, your family and your business from the impact of coronavirus.
- Download our Coronavirus support for business timeline
- Chancellor unveils changes to furlough scheme
- Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) extended
- What happens if my employees have to self-isolate following contact tracing?
- House moves and viewings can begin again in England
- Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) extended until October
- “Covid Secure” practical workplace guidance for employers
- Stay at Home housekeeping sees increasing numbers of people looking to make a Will
- Coronavirus likely to lead to a need to review spousal maintenance orders
- Applying for finance? – Check the loan agreement beforehand
- Adjudicating during the Covid-19 pandemic
- Collective redundancies and the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS)
- Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) cut-off date extended to 19 March 2020
- CGT reporting of property sales to be given more time
- Homeownership housekeeping during Stay at Home
- Palmers Solicitors – Coronavirus Update
- Accessing the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
- Government support help with the economic impact of Coronavirus – Here’s what businesses need to know
- Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme Guidance Published
- Coronavirus support for people working through their own limited company
- Coronavirus – Suspension of director liability for wrongful trading
- Coronavirus – Holiday rules relaxed to allow annual leave to be carried over to next two years
- Coronavirus – Family law: Child Arrangement Orders
- Coronavirus & Landlords – All evictions halted until at least the end of June