Procedures In Response to COVID-19 and Client/Employee Well-Being
During this #COVID19 crisis, we’re here and ready to serve. In our estate planning practice, we often serve our most vulnerable citizens, including seniors, those who are ill, or disabled. We’re here for you, to make sure you have peace of mind that your plans are in order and your wishes are documented and your family is protected. In our business law practice, we know that many business owners are working hard to navigate through unknown lands, and we’re here to help provide counsel and advice so you can make needed decisions and protect your business, employees, and serve your customers.
We know the anxiety and hardships that the current coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) is causing to some in our community, and we expect that there may be more disruptions and challenges in the days to come.
We have also heard from people who want to speak with us about a business law need or help with creating a will, trust, power of attorney, healthcare directive, etc.– but they need more flexible options for doing so.
Here is what we are doing as a firm to make sure that you can get your questions answered and get your affairs in order in a safe and easy way:
Phone or Videoconference meetings are available. Thanks to technology, we have flexible options to meet with you virtually via a video meeting or telephone call. In fact, during this time, we’re holding all meetings remotely where possible, to protect our clients and our team. And, thanks to a recent Executive Order by Governor Kemp, we can utilize technology to get your estate planning documents witnessed and notarized via video conference, so that you can get your estate planning completed without ever leaving your home!
We are keeping our office as sanitized as possible. For those situations where we simply have to meet in person, know that we are dedicated to keeping our office a safe space to protect us all. And so, to that end, If you are sick or symptomatic… please stay home. Again, we can meet with you virtually or reschedule at your convenience.
Please know that the health, comfort and safety of our clients and our staff is a priority. If you have questions about how we’re prepared to continue to serve our client despite the events going on around us, please contact us.
All the best,
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