1. Are you still open?
Yes! We are open during our normal hours as follows:
Monday -Thursday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
2. Is anyone in the office?
The majority of our staff are working from home, but we are still answering phones and conducting meetings virtually. When it is necessary for our staff to be in the office, we are practicing social distancing and working hard to adapt and maintain best practices as we become informed.
Our goal is to keep providing you with excellent service while we all navigate the new circumstances with COVID-19.
3. Can I get my estate plan done?
Yes, we are still preparing estate plans and working on a signing procedure that will allow you to get your complete estate plan done from the comfort of your own home. There are options for how to still get your estate plan done and we can help you navigate the choices that work the best for you.
4. Do you have any availability?
Absolutely! If you call our office during regular business hours, we will return your call promptly. If you call after hours, we will return your call the next business day. The staff and attorney will continue to take consults and have meetings via phone as needed to help you get the legal services you need.
5. What documents do I need?
This is best answered by the attorney after you have a conversation about your goals. Everyone’s situation is personal to them, so we recommend reviewing our past blog posts on various types of documents available and speaking with one of our attorneys to discuss what may be ideal for you.
6. What should I be doing right now?
Information on best practices for COVID -19 is updated frequently. To help you stay up to date on the latest information from local, state, and federal guidance we have created links to important websites below:
When you are ready you can request a consultation here. Or call us at 916.625.6556.