Arlington Law Group Response to Coronavirus (Covid-19)

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Updated 11/13/2022

Arlington Law Group has continued to serve clients during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. We are still conducting the majority of our meetings remotely for the convenience and protection of our clients and staff. We are holding in person estate plan signings and other limited meetings by request. We continue to offer outdoor or "drive through" estate plan signings for clients who do not wish to come into our office. For more information, please feel free to call us.

Estate Planning

We understand that many of our clients are concerned about making or updating their estate plans in these uncertain times. We can do most of the estate planning process using teleconference, video conference and screen sharing, and we encourage clients to contact us to set up a virtual consultation.

Signing of estate planning documents requires two witnesses and a notary public to be present with the person signing the documents. We have several contingency plans to minimize the time clients will need to spend at our office. All of our staff is vaccinated and we wear masks for the duration of all in-person client meetings. We also have multiple air filters in each office with HEPA filtraiton and UV lights to minimize airborne viruses and bacteria.

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Incapacity Planning

If a family member or friend is in critical condition, we can advise on how to use their medical and financial power of attorney documents to care for them and deal with their affairs, or we can assist with guardianship and conservatorship proceedings through the courts. We can often assist with helping organize the affairs of an incapacitated person while they are still alive to simplify the process of administering their estate or trust after their death.

Probate and Trust Administration

If you have lost a family member or friend and need advice on administering their estate or trust, we can advise you on the court probate process, dealing with financial and legal affairs, tax returns and tax elections, and trust administration.

Business Law

Many of our business owner clients are trying to decide how to respond to the Coronavirus. We can advise on policies and procedures to mitigate risk, help with negotiating loan or lease concessions, and advise on how to manage employee relationships to help your business weather this disruption.

Over the past eighteen months, we have been assisting clients to obtain emergency loans and grants, including loans through the CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program. We are also helping advise businesses on how to manage risks as they reopen, both for employees and clients. If your business needs assistance navigating these resources, updating the governing documents for your organization to obtain a loan or grant, or dealing with the tax considerations of coronavirus related legislation, please contact us.

Contact Us

We will continue to reevaluate our procedures as the situation develops, but please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any concerns about your business or personal legal needs during this time.

To schedule a virtual consultation with one of our attorneys, please: Contact Arlington Law Group