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

As you are all aware, we are currently facing unique challenges due to the Coronavirus. While this is a serious crisis, it is important to keep it in perspective, and not allow it to prevent us from going about our business. We want to assure all of our clients that this office is prepared to serve your needs, regardless of what happens and how the virus affects Minnesota. In an effort to keep the office safe, we have stepped up prevention and sanitation measures in hopes to prevent disease transmission.

Because we are a paperless office, our entire staff is prepared to work from home if necessary. No matter what happens, we will continue to provide our clients with the highest quality legal services.  So far, not one client or staff member has become infected based on contact at this office and we will continue with safety protocols in an attempt to keep it that way. My office will continue to put the safety of our staff and you as our top priority. We do greatly appreciate your cooperation in conducting business in a safe fashion by utilizing current technology. Regardless of what happens, we will continue to take care of all of your legal needs.

Please rest assured, we will continue to take care of your legal needs in this challenging time, and your safety is our highest priority.

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Sacrifice- A Price Worth Paying

| Aug 11, 2020 | Firm News

This weekend my mother showed my kids her old WWII ration book, issued to her parents on her behalf as a young child.  At that time, to meet a national emergency, people were expected to make certain sacrifices, eat less meat, sugar, drive less, gas, and especially rubber were in short supply at times.

Now, we face another national emergency, one that is killing Americans at a faster pace than the Second World War.  We are again expected to make some personal sacrifices, forgo certain recreational activities, meet clients virtually instead of in person, wear masks when interacting with others.  This is no doubt an inconvenience, for my office staff, and my clients, the patience of everyone in getting through this is appreciated.  The inconvenience most of us suffer is nothing compared to what many of our fellow citizens are going through, those that have gotten sick, those whose jobs require them to risk exposure every day.  We should keep that in mind, as my mother and her family did in their day, knowing that others were paying a far higher price than they were.

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