FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some common questions we have received from clients concerned about the impact of COVID-19. If you have a question that has not been answered below, please submit your question here, and we will respond to your query directly.


Commercial Concerns

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are being felt across sectors and industries, with many businesses unaware of how to continue trading under evolving guidelines and regulations, and how changing legal requirements affect them. These are some of the frequently asked questions from our clients concerning their business and commercial matters and should you have additional queries, we welcome you to submit them to us.

Business & Corporate

Employment and HR Issues

These are some of the frequently asked questions from our clients concerning employment issues.

Employment issues


Individuals & Families

The constantly evolving situation has resulted in rapidly changing regulations and guidance and when our focus is on our own and our loved ones’ health and well-being, it can be difficult to keep track of these new and unprecedented measures. These are some of the frequently asked questions from our clients concerning themselves or their family matters and should you have additional queries, we welcome you to submit them to us.

Family - Prenups

These are some of the frequently asked questions from our clients concerning nuptial agreements.

Family - Prenups

Family - Divorce and financial settlement

These are some of the frequently asked questions from our clients concerning divorce and financial settlement.

Family - Divorce and financial settlement

Family - Domestic violence

These are some (unfortunately) commonly asked questions from our clients concerning domestic violence.

Family - Domestic violence

Private Client - Tax

These are some of the frequently asked questions from our clients concerning individual tax issues.

Private Client - Tax


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