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Following the government’s announcement regarding the easing of Covid-19 restrictions Gullands have decided to continue with the precautions already in place. Therefore social distancing, temperature screening and hand sanitising measures will remain in place for the time being and we would respectfully ask all visitors to continue to wear a face covering unless exempt. Some of our employees will continue to work from home but face to face meetings can be arranged. As always if you have any symptoms of Covid-19 we would ask you not to come in and to follow government isolation guidelines. Attendance at our Gravesend office can take place by prior appointment only.  All our staff remain fully contactable by email and telephone.  We are grateful for your patience during these difficult times and remain committed to the safety and wellbeing of our clients and staff alike.

  • Monday 16th May 2022

    On Your Bike Charity Ride

    Gullands is supporting the Gravesham and EbbsFleet Rotary Clubs’ On Your Bike charity ride which takes place on Sunday 22 May. The ride is raising money for Alzheimer’s & Dementia Support Services. The On Your Bike ride is one of the largest in the South East and up to 500 ...

  • Monday 16th May 2022

    Cycle4heroes to support Help for Heroes

    We are delighted to be sponsoring Cycle4Heroes which returns to Medway and North Kent on Armed Forces Day, Saturday 25th June 2022 with a new 75km route to raise funds for Help for Heroes. Organised by Steve Craddock MBE, the cycle ride starts at the Royal Engineers Museum Chatham at 9am, then ...

  • Monday 16th May 2022

    An amazing summer of events in Maidstone and the Weald of Kent

    Maidstone town centre will play host to a number of events this summer, but one we are very excited for is the very first Wine Weekend, which takes place Saturday 16th July 2022 at Sessions House, The County Hall. Supported by a number of local businesses including ourselves and organised by our ...

  • Friday 29th April 2022

    Maidstone and Mid Kent Sunday League Finals

    We are delighted to be supporting the Maidstone and Mid Kent Sunday League Cup Finals which take place at the Gallagher Stadium Maidstone on Friday 6 May 2022 from 7.45pm. The invitation cup final involves eight sides from the Maidstone Minor U18 League v eight teams from the lower divisions of ...

  • Thursday 21st April 2022

    Gullands Solicitors expands commercial, property and private client teams

    Gullands Solicitors has expanded its commercial, residential property and private client teams based in the firm’s Maidstone office with the appointment of three new Associate solicitors. Kathryn Shirley has joined ...

  • Wednesday 30th March 2022

    Family Law Update March 2022 The Gullands’ Guide to No Fault Divorce

    The introduction of No Fault Divorce in England and Wales from 6 April 2022 sees a big shake up to divorce laws and means that a person who wants to divorce will no longer have to allege that the marriage has broken down through the fault of the other person. Removing the element of blame ...

  • Tuesday 22nd March 2022

    Employee Ownership Trust

    An Employee Ownership Trust (EOT) is a model to encourage business owners to set up corporate structures in a different way (think John Lewis) with employees owning a share of the business. Business owners looking to sell their business may choose to sell to an EOT for a faster and friendlier ...

  • Tuesday 22nd March 2022

    Employee benefits – are they up to the job?

    As the way many of us work has changed over the last two years, so should the workplace policies and employee benefits that help to attract and retain employees. Working out what is important to your team now and in the future will help them to feel valued and appreciated. Also, with many ...

  • Tuesday 22nd March 2022

    Retirement conversations and age discrimination issues

    Well-meaning conversations can sometimes cause unintended problems for employers and one such area can be around the subject of retirement and when an employee will stop working. As there is no compulsory retirement age in the UK, what do you do if it becomes obvious an employee is struggling ...

  • Tuesday 22nd March 2022

    Long Covid – should employers treat it as a disability?

    Figures published by the Office for National Statistics shows nearly 14.2 million people in the UK aged 16-64 said they had a health condition lasting for at least 12 months in 2021, a rise of 1.2 million people during the two years of the Covid pandemic. Many of these new cases will be people ...

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