Coronavirus Outbreak Update
We wanted to let you know what we’re doing in response to the Coronavirus outbreak to protect our staff and clients.
We’re following the government health advice to make sure our customers and our colleagues stay safe and we are putting all the necessary measures in place to ensure this advice is followed by everyone.
We understand this is a challenging time and we’ve put our robust business continuity plans into action so we can make sure we can still provide continuity of services to you.
We will be operating with a skeleton staff, telephone calls will be answered as soon as possible, all post and email will be dealt with on a strict date and receipt time order.
Our offices will be closed but you will be able to drop off or collect documents by arranging a convenient time with us.
In this fast moving and uncertain times, the challenges our businesses face are constantly evolving and that is particularly the case with the current position regarding coronavirus. As such, we have and will be regularly reviewing the position to ensure that we are able to maintain operations in support of our clients within current government guidelines whilst also ensuring the wellbeing of our staff.
Central Bristol Office – 59 Queen Charlotte Street, Bristol, BS1 4HL
Brislington Office – 105 Sandy Park Road, Brislington, Bristol, BS4 3PG
Fussell Wright – Bristol Solicitors
Fussell Wright is one of the oldest Solicitors Practices in Bristol dating back to the 19th Century and the reign of Queen Victoria. It has since retained its presence in the centre of Bristol and in 2006 opened another office in Brislington on the southern side of the West Country’s prosperous principal City.
A will is a document in which you have named the people you want to deal with the administration of your estate following your death.
Probate is the closure of a person’s lifetime trail of bank accounts, pensions, stocks and shares, debts, possibly the sale of their house and the distribution of their estate as per their Will.
A Lasting Power of Attorney is a document which allows another person(s) to have authority to access your bank accounts to pay bills on your behalf when you are no longer able.
Including buying, selling, Re-mortgaging and Transfers of Properties
Suggestions about the best way to care for the elderly including advice about Wills, Probates, Living Wills and Inheritance matters.