Tindall Gask Bentley lawyers (TGB) is Covid-19 safe and open for business.
** Update 19/11/2020 for South Australian clients**
Our South Australian office doors are closed as a result of the declaration by the State Government due to Covid-19 but it is business as usual.
All our South Australian staff will be working from home and are available to provide ongoing legal services via email, phone and video conferencing facilities.
Our lawyers have direct phone numbers that can be found by visiting our website www.tgb.com.au
Although our physical offices may be closed in South Australia we are very much open for business.
Our Western Australian and Northern Territory offices remain physically open as normal.
Our legal services include Wills and Estate administration and planning, Family Law (Divorce and Child issues), Employment and Industrial, Personal injury, Commercial and property transactions, Criminal and Disciplinary matters.
We wish you and your loved ones the very best over the next few weeks as we confront this invisible enemy.
During these unprecedented times the safety of our clients and staff has been top of mind whilst ensuring our business remains operational.
With this in mind we anticipated restrictions being imposed and were on the front foot in terms of making sure staff could work remotely. Practices were refined and small problems were quickly resolved to ensure the smooth delivery of legal services, regardless of location.
TGB had one eye on flattening the curve and the other on staying ahead of the curve.
We continue to follow social distancing and hygiene protocols and regardless of the anticipated lifting of restrictions we remain committed to ensuring staff and clients remain safe.
The following will remain in place for the foreseeable future;
1. Hand sanitiser at all entrances.
2. Regular sanitising of meeting rooms, lifts and other common areas.
3. Video or phone meeting options will remain available.
4. 4 square metre rule when meeting (if necessary) with clients face to face.
5. Staff attending office locations only if necessary.
6. All unnecessary travel restricted.
7. Asking clients and staff to remain at home if they are feeling unwell.
By continuing to be vigilant we will build upon the effort of the community which has seen the rapid decline of Covid-19.
In our 50th year TGB continues to provide legal services despite the world facing one of the most significant events in history.
Visit our website for more information www.tgb.com.au
Thankyou to our loyal clients, staff and friends of the firm.
TINDALL GASK BENTLEY
Chief Executive Officer