Maddens Lawyers has closed for at least three weeks due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Along with a string of south-west businesses the Maddens Lawyers office has closed its doors but the staff are still actively servicing its clients and remains fully operational on a remote and electronic basis.
However, managing principal Fiona Giblin said personal appointments can be accommodated on a limited basis for urgent matters.
"We have taken the decision to close our physical offices until April 14 in the interests of public health and safety," she said.
"We are a business dedicated to serving the south-west community and this step has been taken in order to keep the safety of our clients, employees and wider community as a priority.
"We are a progressive office and have invested significantly in our systems and ability to work remotely. We are simply taking advantage of the sophisticated and flexible work-place systems we have in place for the protection of our staff and clients."
Maddens Lawyers staff are fully operational and encourage clients to make contact via email.
"Whilst our phones are monitored, there will be a slight delay in responding to telephone enquiries," Ms Giblin said.
"Most of our staff have remote email access and this is the best way to get in touch at this time.
"We will keep the community updated via our Facebook page and website as to all changes that may occur in our opening hours."
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