Is the office building open?
No, we have taken the responsible measure of temporarily restricting access to our office building until Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as local and U.S. government officials assure us it is safe to re-open. In the meantime, our attorneys and staff continue to work remotely providing all our firms services to clients.
Can I have a meeting with my attorney during this time?
Yes, you can have a telephone meeting with your attorney, however, for the safety of our clients and staff, we have decided to cease all in-person meetings until it is safe to resume them.
Can I still talk to an attorney about a potential case?
Yes, contact us by telephone or via the contact us link on our website to schedule a consultation with an attorney.
Are there any changes regarding legal services?
Yes, mostly due to court closures and limitations. We will have to operate within those conditions until they are lifted. We already have systems in place to meet with clients and conduct mediations and depositions via webcam or telephone. We can draft and file legal papers with the courts.
What do I do if my court date was cancelled due to the court closures and limitations?
If your court date was cancelled, know that when the courts are able, they will reschedule your hearing and you will be notified by a staff member of the firm.
How can I pay for fees or make a payment while the office is closed?
We always accept fees and payments electronically. For cash payments, please contact us by telephone to make arrangements.
How is a small-town law firm so technologically savvy?
We are glad you asked! We have made a commitment several years ago to invest time and resources into technology, which allowed us to move quickly to adapt to the current climate.
What should I do if I still have questions?
Contact us by telephone or via the contact link on the website.