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Coronavirus Impact and Assurance: Yes! We are still open for business!

Anyone now welcome for appointments!

Regardless of your situation, we have many appointment options available.

Remote appointments are available for anyone. If you prefer a remote appointment, we are happy to assist you by telephone, zoom, skype, or any other online option that works for you.

Outside appointments are available for unvaccinated individuals or anyone who prefers outdoor appointments; masks are optional, but not required.

Indoor appointments are now open to fully vaccinated individuals with proof of vaccination. Masks are optional, but not required. All staff are currently wearing masks.

We are here for you and want you to be comfortable.

Month: May 2020

MEET YOU IN THE LOT

When people meet in parking lots in movies they are usually up to no good. These days, that is no longer the case, with social distancing a lot of meetings are happening in parking lots. We will now be offering appointments in our parking lot for those of you who...

UPDATE ON CONTINUED OPERATIONS

Thankfully, our office has been able to stay open and fully serve all of our clients despite the worst disease outbreak in over a 100 years while keeping our staff and clients safe. Our state has not yet seen the worst of this disease. To continue staying safe, we...

ARE WE THERE YET

It is tempting to think that the Coronavirus crisis is winding down, especially with talk of businesses re-opening and a return to normal.  Unfortunately, that is wishful thinking, the worst has yet to come for most of the country, including Minnesota.  The weekly...

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE

People are starting to wonder about when business will re-open and when life will return to close to normal.  Those of us within the legal system are asking when the courts will return to a semi normal schedule.  Thousands of people across the state have their cases...

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