As the COVID-19 crisis continues to impact communities everywhere, our hearts go out to everyone directly or indirectly affected by the virus. We remain fully committed to the success of our clients during this time. We want to assure you that our offices are staying open during normal business hours with the necessary modifications to our normal procedures.
To protect every individual who visits our offices, we are taking extra measures to disinfect surfaces and limit interpersonal contact, and we have instructed our staff to stay home if they are feeling ill.
In keeping with the suggestions of health officials, we are limiting our social contacts to help avoid the spread of the virus, including through some physical changes in our offices as described below.
Please do not to come to our office without an appointment.
We are also changing our regular operations to handle more client needs by:
- video conference
- remote online notarization
We are reserving face-to-face interactions for only circumstances requiring the in-person signing of documents, and we have taken steps to keep us separated to the extent possible during signings. We ask that only those persons signing documents attend any signing appointment.
If you must visit our office to sign documents, we will:
- direct you to our isolated signing room (South Hill office) or to our conference room table with a separation window (Northside office)
- greet you warmly without shaking hands
- provide hand sanitizer and ask all visitors to use it upon arrival
- wear a mask (we would appreciate you wearing a mask, as well)
- make our pens available to take home with you when you complete the signing of documents
If you or a family member have any symptoms of COVID-19 and you have an appointment scheduled at Lucent Law, please contact us so we can reschedule your appointment or make other accommodations to assist you.
Given how rapidly the COVID-19 situation is changing, we’ll update you with any meaningful changes.
We hope that you and your loved ones stay safe through this public health crisis.