As estate planning and elder law attorneys, our practice is dedicated to serving some of our most vulnerable citizens. Therefore, we understand the concerns, anxiety, and hardships that the current COVID-19 outbreak is causing everyone in our community.
Long Reher Hanson & Price is dedicated to continuing to provide services to our clients while also maintaining the health of our clients, their families, and our staff. We will continue to remain working for our clients throughout the outbreak of COVID-19. In response to the current situation, our team is taking precautions which include:
- Monitoring the situation and following guidance offered by the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control;
- Keeping our offices as sanitized as possible; and
- Requiring those who feel ill to stay at home and away from others; and
- Working to remind our clients that the seriousness of this illness requires each of us to make sure we have our health care directives and powers of attorney in place.
As of March 19, our offices are open. We will continue to be open via email, video conferencing, and telephone conferences. We believe that with an Internet connection and a camera-enabled device, available on most laptops, smartphones, or tablets, we can meet virtually to assist you with your legal needs. To protect staff and our clients, we may in emergencies facilitate in-person meetings but otherwise are working to reschedule matters for later. We are also evaluating other technologies to facilitate meeting client needs. Your patience and understanding is very much appreciated in this difficult time. We will continue to monitor developments and, if necessary, may close our offices if circumstances require. Our staff and attorneys will continue to serve the needs of our client to the extent we can should this situation occur.
Please know that your family’s health, comfort and safety are our priority. We are here to support you during this time.
Seniors with Covid-19 show unusual symptoms, doctors say
Older adults with Covid-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus, have several “atypical” symptoms, complicating efforts to ensure they get timely and appropriate treatment, according to physicians.