Dear Clients, Colleagues and Friends,
We hope this finds you all well and safe! As promised, we want to give you an update on our plans in light of Governor Baker’s emergency order of this morning.
We are and will continue to be “open” for business as we are well-equipped to work remotely, including meeting with clients by phone or video conference. However, in compliance with the Governor’s order, we closed our physical office beginning Tuesday, March 24 at noon until Monday, May 4th (assuming we are permitted to re-open at that time), which means we will not be able to physically meet with clients to sign documents during that time.
We want you to know that we are here to help you. You are welcome to reach out to any of us by phone or email at any time. If you would like to schedule a time to speak or video conference with us, please email Jennifer Poles (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Lynne Abe (email@example.com) or call the office at 781-461-1020.
In other news, Attorney Abigail Poole of our office has been involved with proposed legislation, supported by hundreds of attorneys statewide, to allow attorneys who are notaries to conduct meetings to sign documents in a virtual manner via video conference. Keep an eye out for information about how you can support this effort by contacting your legislators.
We will continue to keep you updated as the situation evolves, and continue to wish you and your family health and safety during these uncertain times.
Suzanne R. Sayward
Maria C. Baler
Julia K. Abbott
Abigail V. Poole