BUCKLEY & ZOPF
COVID-19 PANDEMIC RESPONSE
Consistent with the State of Emergency declared by Governor Sununu and the Order Suspending In-Person Court Proceedings issued by the New Hampshire Supreme Court, and in an effort to do our part in mitigating the spread of the COVID-19 virus, our firm has adopted the following temporary measures which will be in effect until further notice.
- All in-person appointments will be suspended, with the exception of in-person meetings necessary for the signing of essential documents. Any meetings for document signing shall be by appointment only;
- We will continue to communicate with our clients through e-mail and telephone conferencing. Please call the office to schedule a telephone conference with one of the attorneys;
- Our office will continue to be staffed for the purpose of answering phones and responding to e-mail and other correspondence, however the doors will be locked. Documents may be left in our mail slot
- The Supreme Court has suspended most court proceedings through April 7th, however, it is possible that this date may be extended by the Court. We will be scheduling in-person appointments during the first week of April for those clients that currently have cases scheduled for court during the second or third week of April. Again, this is subject to change pending further order from the New Hampshire Supreme Court;
We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause our clients, however we feel this response is necessary for the safety of our staff and the community and to comply with State and Federal Emergency Orders that have been issued.