Our offices will be open from Monday 18 May
All Cavell Leitch staff have been working remotely during Alert Levels 3 and 4. We are happy to advise that our staff will be back in our offices during Alert Level 2.
We continue to be available to support you in whatever way suits you best.
If you would like to meet with us in person then you can schedule an appointment with our team at our offices from 8:30am on Monday 18 May. We are taking steps to ensure that our office remains safe for both our clients and staff, and your Cavell Leitch contact will explain our meeting procedures to you when your appointment is organised. We do however ask that you refrain from coming to our office if you are feeling unwell.
We can still meet and sign documents with you ‘virtually’ via video, phone or email if you are unable or would prefer not to attend our office.
If you have any questions please touch base with your Cavell Leitch contact in the usual way. All phone numbers can be found on our website here, and our email addresses remain the same.
Please continue to take care and look after each other. We are here to help.
At Cavell Leitch we partner with and protect people to enhance their lives and achieve their goals. We do this through providing proactive, trustworthy and pragmatic advice.
Our firm was founded in 1923, operating out of Canterbury and we are proud of our legacy not only locally but across our national and international client groups. Over the last 90 years we have built a reputation for maintaining close, dependable and authentic relationships with our clients, in many cases acting for several generations of the same family and handling all of their needs as they develop and change.
We currently have over 75 outstanding team members with genuine specialists in nearly every area of the law. Our partners are leading figures in the legal community and the firm's commitment to professionalism, authenticity, decisiveness and innovation has never been stronger.
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