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The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused our society to reconsider travel and social interactions. As a result, regular business meetings are being canceled and postponed.

Numerous businesses, including law firms, are asking employees to work from home and have to re-evaluate how to meet with clients.

As you identify your coronavirus contingency plans, we’re here to help ensure your practice can operate “business, not as usual” through the implementation of virtual solutions.

This guide provides information on digital and cloud-based technologies and insights on running a business and a team virtually. Also included are resources you can use in your communications to your clients and communities.

Businesses that quickly respond to and implement systems will be able to reduce the impact on their business when the unexpected occurs. Amid COVID-19, transitioning to remote meetings and work environments, will illustrate responsiveness and flexibility during a time of caution.

Further, you have an opportunity.

While it is a sensitive time for our society, especially for our senior population, estate and elder law planning firms are in a position to educate clients and referral sources on the implications of planning failure, particularly in times of uncertainty.

If you have questions or wish to discuss how to implement a contingency plan for your business, don’t hesitate to contact one of our Practice Solutions Advisors.

Lori Pulvermacher, MBA
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Jim Wolverton, J.D.
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