Posted Jun 2020
At Staines Law we are pleased to announce the launch of a new online video consultation service for clients in the agri sector in Ireland.
Clients will be able to book consultations at times to suit them.
Book online through https://www.staineslaw.ie
• For a fixed fee of €175 to include VAT the consultation will cover an initial review of documents prior to the consultation.
• A consultation with a solicitor specializing in Agri Law.
• Letter of advice’s.
• Follow up phone call.
Payment will be made through the Stripe.
COVID-19 has accelerated client’s wish for remote access to legal services”.
Clients are questioning why they should give up a substantial portion of their day to travel to see a solicitor when in many cases the use of Team, Zoom, WhatsApp or Facetime allows the client access to a specialist solicitor to provide advice’s in their area and progress their cases.
Queries on farm succession, probate, Renewables include solar, wind and AD, contract disputes and rights of way are all issues impacting upon the Agri Sector in Ireland and which can be dealt with very conveniently through online consultations.
The service is available though www.staineslaw.ie or through Staines Law Facebook page.
For more information see
Staines, Principal, Staines Law
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