Are you offering appointments?
Yes. We are still offering appointments, we have moved all appointments online to continue to serve you from the comfort and safety of your home during this time. We are able to meet with you through a zoom (online meeting room) or through a phone call. Zoom allows us to meet face to face and we can show you pictures and walk through your questionnaire together. We send you a link to your email and all you need is a computer or smartphone and internet.
I am not computer savy?
That is ok. You aren’t alone. Our other clients that told us they struggled with computers have said this was an easy process and they did well with it. It really is as simple as us sending you an email with a link and you follow a few prompts. Your attorney can talk you through the process if you have any questions.
I don’t have a camera on my computer?
That is ok. We won’t be able to see you, but you will be able to see us. You will still be able to see our pictures that we use to outline our talking points.
I don’t have a microphone on my computer?
That is ok. We can connect via zoom so you can see our pictures and see us, and we can talk through your phone.
How do we sign an engagement agreement?
You will be able to e-sign. We will send you an email with a link it will allow you to sign from your computer or phone. It is as simple as following a few prompts. You will receive confirmation that it went through and a copy of your signed agreement.
How do we pay?
We will send you a link to pay online or you can mail us a check.
How do we get things notarized?
There are a few options to get things notarized. If you would like us to notarize your documents, we can schedule that appointment out a few weeks. If you would like to have it notarized immediately, you may talk to your attorney for details on requirements for your specific documents.
Are we able to go to the courthouse?
We are following courthouse procedures. We have been able to get somethings through as they have shifted to online resources as well. But it has been case by case. You can speak with an attorney about your specific needs to determine the best course of action.