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Yes, things are crazy right now. The failing financial markets, business closures, quarantines and health risks are scary. We know you need an ally. We know that our clients and our community are in need of the services and protection we offer now more than ever. So yes, we are open, and we will remain open for the duration of this crisis and beyond.
Our position as a global service provider makes us uniquely set up to support our local community at this time. We have the technological resources, the experience and the procedures to service clients at a distance. Be it through electronic filing, DocuSign, mobile notaries, remote file management, video/audio conferences or virtual reality meeting space, we have the tools and the expertise to represent your needs during this time of need.
While our physical offices in Sacramento County, San Francisco County, and Placer County are being temporarily scaled down to only essential personnel, our virtual offices have expanded exponentially. For the time being we are temporarily trading our fresh baked cookies for electronic ones. Which, while much less satisfying, are far easier on the waistline. We can accomplish anything remotely that we can do in the office. If you have trusts, wills or estates needs, our attorneys/paralegals can meet with you by phone or video to design, draft and execute said documents. And the same goes for business law, real estate, tax issues, mergers and acquisitions, international planning, employment matters, intellectual property, probate, litigation, and every other area of law we practice. All our services previously available to you remain available to you during this time.
So please do not hesitate to call, e-mail or reach out on social media. Because, yes, we are open and we are here to help