The past few weeks have been challenging for everyone. We know that each of our clients has been impacted in different ways. As we work to help you with the questions and concerns that arise with new developments every day, rest assured that we are still here to help. Our three physical office locations are closed but the RKG Virtual Office is open for business.
The firm’s lawyers and a group of support staff are working remotely and will respond to all of your inquires as quickly as possible. See below for a few frequently asked questions. We will post updates here on the Lancaster Law Blog if anything changes.
What is the best way to contact the attorneys at RKG?
We are available via phone or email; however, be aware that our receptionist and legal assistants are not working full-time so voicemails should be left for an attorney. Emails should also be directed to the attorney. Please visit rkglaw.com for a listing of email addresses.
Are all legal matters ongoing during the quarantine?
Pennsylvania Courts have given direction for some matters to be continued. However, many general business, real estate, municipal, family law, estate, and other civil matters will continue to progress even though many businesses are closed. Conducting business remotely will allow some things to move forward without interruption. You should communicate directly with your attorney to discuss the status of your active matter.
Are you able to provide guidance on business matters related to COVID-19?
RKG’s business lawyers are advising clients every day regarding changes in the law and new considerations for day to day operations. Contact Aaron Zeamer (email@example.com), Aaron Marines (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Brandon Harter (email@example.com).
Is RKG able to send and receive mail through the postal service?
We are awaiting clarification from the governor’s office regarding timely access to mail. We have made arrangements to ensure all mail will be reviewed, but please consider using email for future correspondence so that you may receive a more prompt response.
What should I do now?
We will help you with all of your legal concerns, but make sure that you are caring for yourself and your family. Check the CDC website for the latest updates and what you need to know. We are all in this together and we look forward to seeing you in the office soon.