Visitor Policy - Covid-19
Kevills Solicitors welcomes visitors to the office but the safety of visitors and our staff is our priority and so whilst the Government does not require masks to be worn in offices we believe that the wearing of masks is appropriate along with the measures set out below given the size and design of the office.
Accordingly, we encourage appointments to take place by telephone or video conference where possible. We will discuss this with you when arranging meetings with our staff.
If you need to visit the office the following precautions will be in force.
1. It would be preferable if you only attend the office by prior appointment and at the appointed time.
2. Documents can be delivered either by posting them through the letterbox or placing them under the glass entry door.
3. It will be mandatory to wear a mask at all times that you are in the office, please bring a mask with you for this purpose. Entry will not be permitted without a mask.*
4. When you enter the office please take a seat and try not to move around Reception, you will be met by the person you are seeing as soon as possible after arrival who will direct you to a meeting room. We shall try our utmost not to keep you waiting and to see you promptly.
5. Please use the hand sanitiser situated on Reception upon entry to the office and when leaving.
6. Our social distancing policy is to keep 2 mtrs. apart and you will be asked to travel through the office and sit down with this in mind.
7. Please attend your appointment alone. If this is not possible please let us know in advance so that we can discuss the options.
8. The person who sees you will be familiar with the entry and exit rules. As these may change due to circumstances on any particular day please follow any instructions that you are given for entering and leaving the office.
9. Whilst the toilets will be open we would ask you to refrain from using them other than for emergencies.
Thank you for abiding by our visitor policy.
* children under the age of 11 and people with a physical or mental illness, impairment or disability or people who would suffer severe distress by doing so will not be required to wear a mask.