This announcement is regarding Governor Northam's COVID-19 Announcement, From Robert W. Haley, Managing Attorney.
Effective immediately today, March 3rd, 2020, in accordance with VA Executive Order 53, as you may have heard by now, Virginia Governor Northam has closed schools for the remainder of the school year and all non-essential businesses. Yet, the order also notes: “Non-essential brick-and-mortar stores can remain open if they practice social distancing and avoid groups of 10 or more people.”
The Estate & Elder Law Center of Southside Virginia will remain open in BOTH our Bassett & Danville offices. But we are NOT accepting walk-ins at this time!
We ask that you call FIRST if you need an appointment! In addition, you will also receive a follow-up call the morning of your scheduled appointment to confirm your consultation and to confirm if you:
Do not arrive early! If we have clients in the hour before you, we want to ensure they have left the building and we have had time to wipe down the conference room table, etc.
Once you enter the building, please go straight to the restroom as directed and wash your hands with soap and water and dry them with the paper towels and put the paper towels in the trash can.
We are here for you at this time. Let’s all use our common sense and take the necessary steps! We thank you for your cooperation.
If you or a loved one are concerned about issues with situations like this in estate planning and elder law concerns including Asset Protection/Medicaid Planning and questions regarding long-term care and the nursing home, reach out to us! Book a call with us on our website: www.VAElderLaw.com to see how we can help! We have offices in Bassett, Danville and Lynchburg to serve you.