Steps We’re Taking to Help Minimize the Impact of Coronavirus
As COVID-19, also known simply as “coronavirus,” continues to spread, Wisselman, Harounian & Associates is taking steps to ensure the safety of our clients and our staff. This has been an especially difficult week for our clients and our community. By all indications, there will be even more uncertainty and volatility in the near future. However, please rest assured that the attorneys and staff at Wisselman, Harounian & Associates will be continuously monitoring the situation, will make adjustments to case strategy where necessary, and will continue to actively communicate with our clients, professional colleagues, and the court system.
Our office is sanitized on a daily basis, and we have multiple conference rooms, videoconferencing, and a large staff of paralegals, mediators, and attorneys to serve our valued clients. As always, we have a 24-hour phone service where our clients can reach our attorneys in the event of an emergency.
For those undergoing separation or divorce, we recognize that this is an extremely challenging time for you and your family. We wish everyone health and safety and are here to support you through this unprecedented situation. Please feel free to reach out at any time to discuss your concerns.
Due to the current public health risk and deteriorating economic environment, it is essential for clients to be proactive for themselves and older family members. Many clients have reached out to us regarding updated wills, health care proxy, powers of attorney, and guardianship agreements. For all matters, we offer free, confidential consultations by phone, video, or in person.
Planning for an Uncertain Future
It’s always important to have a legally sound plan for the future, but it is especially important during uncertain times. For those wishing to create or modify wills, trusts, health care proxies, powers of attorney, and other estate planning elements, now is the time.
Our firm offers basic estate planning services for individuals and families. In light of the current pandemic and as part of our commitment to make these services accessible to all, we are currently offering discounted rates on estate planning, including health care directives, prenuptial agreements, wills, and more, for both prospective and current clients.
How Our Firm Can Help
At Wisselman, Harounian & Associates, we understand that many people are concerned about the future, as well as what will happen to them and their children. We are here to help you quickly address these issues during this uncertain time. Our goal is to ensure that your family is secure and protected.
A will is a legal document that allows you to dictate how you want your property and assets to be distributed, as well as how you wish your children to be cared for and by whom. It is important that everyone, regardless of the size of their estate, has a will. This is the best way to ensure that your wishes are clear and legally binding. Wisselman, Harounian & Associates offers a wills package to assist those who wish to obtain the peace of mind that comes with knowing their loved ones and their estate will be properly looked after.
Due to the current public health risk and deteriorating economic environment, it is essential for clients to be proactive for themselves and older family members. Clients have reached out to us regarding updated wills, health care proxy, powers of attorney, and guardianship agreements. For all matters, we offer a free confidential consultation by phone, video, or in-person.
For more information on what we’re doing to help limit the impact of coronavirus and assist our clients in preparing for an uncertain future, or to simply speak to one of our attorneys about your concerns or current case, please contact us using our online contact form. You may also call our office directly at (516) 773-8300.