Given the outbreak of the novel coronavirus and associated COVID-19 disease, I felt it important to reach out to you as a valued client.
Since there is great uncertainty about the future progression of the disease, our daily lives have changed drastically including the recent “stay at home” order issued by Governor Polis. What has not changed is our commitment to you to serve your legal needs as best we can.
I want you to know that we remain open for business but, for now, have changed how we operate. Most communication between attorneys or staff and our clients is now occurring by telephone or email in order to minimize personal contact in deference to public health concerns.
If you would rather have a personal meeting at the office, we ask that it be done by appointment only. Obviously, there are some matters over which we must meet face-to-face, such as executing estate planning documents. During these meetings we will strive to honor the Colorado Department of Health’s edict that a six-foot buffer exist between you and our staff. You can be assured that we are requiring staff to not meet with clients if he or she feels ill or has reason to believe he or she has been exposed to the virus. Likewise, if you are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 or have reason to believe that you may have been exposed to the virus, we would want you to reschedule your in-office appointment and not come in until you’re feeling better or have come through the two-to-14 day incubation period.
Whether it’s the project we’re currently working on for you or other legal needs that may arise, I want to assure you that we remain available and committed to address those needs into the foreseeable future.
Thank you for putting your trust in us.