While our office is closed to the public, we are answering phones and emails during our regular office hours.
We wanted to share with you how our team is responding to the virus while we continue providing services. Under Governor DeSantis’s “stay at home” order, law firms are deemed an “essential business” and may remain open to serve our clients in this critical time. However, here are 3 steps we are taking right now to protect the health and safety of our team, our clients, and our community. We care about the safety and well being of those we serve as well as our volunteers, staff, and community, we are following protocol and cooperating with local authorities every step of the way.
Our team will use remote access to access client files, necessary software, and continue our daily operations. We are following CDC guidelines for good hygiene and workplace health habits, like washing hands, using alcohol-based sanitizer, and having video/phone conferences in place of in-person meetings.
We are experienced in digital meetings. If you or a loved one need legal advice during this time, we are equipped to meet with you online using a variety of platforms, and ready to quickly and safely address your needs.
Adapting and Evolving
The situation surrounding this virus is constantly evolving, and we are remaining vigilant and adapting as circumstances change. We are monitoring local, state, and federal updates and adjusting our protocols as necessary.
Other important notes:
- The legal services we offer remain important, and for some become more important, during a health crisis. We will continue to serve you with clear legal advice and action during this time.
- Wills, medical powers of attorney, financial powers of attorney, and trusts are top of mind for many people right now. We are equipped to work with you to design and finalize these documents quickly and safely.
- If you have any questions or if we can accommodate you in another way, please call or email us to discuss. We value your health and safety, and will continue to be vigilant and adapt to the situation as it evolves.