We are facing uncharted waters as we adjust to this new “normal”.  During the current coronavirus public health emergency, many of us are unsure of what the near future holds. The NY State Court System remains open to address all essential and critical needs of the public but civil matters deemed nonessential are stayed. The attorneys at Gleichenhaus, Marchese & Weishaar continue to closely monitor the recommendations of our Governor and State health authorities and have taken appropriate measures in order to prioritize the health and safety of our clients and staff.

Gleichenhaus, Marchese & Weishaar, PC remains operational

We want to reassure you that the attorneys at Gleichenhaus, Marchese & Weishaar are still working, albeit by adopting tools available through technology, to accommodate your needs. With the extra pressure and stress imposed on all of us as we adapt to a new working model, we ask that you remain patient with us as we attend to your matters as well as our personal responsibilities.

Adapting to Change

In response to the COVID-19 health crisis Governor Cuomo issued Executive Order Number 202.8, requiring all non-essential businesses to close and court operations to be extraordinarily limited. Our firm will utilize available technologies to allow us to manage your legal matters remotely in an efficient, comprehensive, and secure manner. As always, the firm’s attorneys are available via phone and e-mail.  In addition, virtual meetings can be arranged with your attorney via video conferencing.

What about your matter?

While Gleichenhaus, Marchese & Weishaar has made the difficult decision to temporarily restrict public access to our physical office location for the first time in the firm’s 40 years of existence, your attorney will ensure you remain up to date on any changes to scheduled legal proceedings that impact your matter.  If you have any questions or concerns regarding court dates, deadlines, or adjournments, please do not hesitate to contact your attorney directly.

Our Medical professionals have spoken

Stay safe: follow the safety protocols and practice social distancing. Stay vigilant: wash your hands regularly and thoroughly.  If we work together, we will come through this with stronger resolve and community.

Sincerely

Robert B. Gleichenhaus , Charles J. MarcheseMichael A. Weishaar, & Scott Bogucki

 

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