(410) 339-7313

COVID-19 UPDATE – our office is open

Our office is now open during regular business hours, and we are operating at full capacity.  We remain cognizant of the risk posed by COVID-19 and are taking proper precautions in accordance with the latest medical advice.  This includes social distancing, frequently sanitizing our office space, and wearing masks when meeting with clients.

We also recognize that some clients are not yet comfortable coming to our office.  We will continue to offer the following alternatives to in-person meetings.

Alternatives to In-Person Meetings

We have always used technology extensively in our practice.  This technical expertise is especially important now and allows us to deliver most services without the need for an office visit.

Whether we are in the office or working remotely, our phone system will remain operational and you will be able to reach members of our team by phone as you normally would during regular business hours.  Of course, we can also be reached by email.

We can “meet” remotely via telephone or video conference and can even review documents and other materials in real time via our web-conferencing technology.

We are happy to accommodate special mail handling requests.

Estate planning documents are traditionally signed during in-person meetings with members of our firm and/or other professionals to ensure that technical execution requirements are satisfied (including witnessing and notarization).  We have developed creative strategies to permit proper execution of these documents with limited physical interaction with others.  REMOTE EXECUTION OF ESTATE PLANNING DOCUMENTS IS NOW PERMITTED.

Of course, none of the foregoing measures guarantees protection from the virus.  We encourage you to exercise good judgment in your dealings with us and in your everyday life to stay healthy.

If you have any questions or would like to explore the best method to work with us, please reach out by phone or email.  We look forward to continuing to work with you.

Resources

The following sites offer additional information about COVID-19:

Center for Disease Control Resources

Baltimore County Updates & Guidance