COVID-19 LEGAL RESOURCES
What happens if you have a court case or legal situation in Charlotte during COVID-19?
Although the court system has moved to temporarily suspend cases and limit operations pending impact from COVID-19, please rest assured our attorneys are still ready and available to handle ongoing cases and new legal issues, and our firm’s operations continue. We recognize legal situations will still demand our attention, advocacy, mediation, arbitration, and negotiation. Should you have any questions about your current case with our firm or have a need to discuss a legal situation with an attorney, please contact us or give us a call at (704) 512-0606.
Are all North Carolina Legal Cases on Hold?
No, and if you have a pressing legal concern or are facing a situation that could have serious implications on your future or the future of your family or business, it's critical that you do not wait to consult with an attorney to ensure you are following the best course of action. We are ready to guide you through uncertain times and lessen the burden of legal concerns during this stressful time.
It's also important to continue preparing for life returning to normalcy. Employees and business owners will be facing more legal complications than ever before, and NOW is the time to organize and prepare. Our business law team can help your small business or mid-sized business navigate documents, funding requirements, staffing concerns, and complications from COVID-19.
Virtual Legal Consultations in Charlotte
We know that dealing with a legal issue during a time of uncertainty, business closures, social distancing, and cancellations is stressful and overwhelming.
We offer current and prospective clients the option of a virtual legal consultation via video conferencing on a variety of platforms or through phone conferencing. We are equipped to securely handle everything from gathering documents to talking with you and any other parties involved in a safe, remote, contactless situation. Contact us today to schedule your virtual legal consultation.
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