A Message from The TGQ Law Firm on COVID-19

To our TGQ Law community:

As we monitor the fast moving COVID-19 situation, we want to urge our community to continue to stay safe, take precautions and listen to the guidance issued by qualified authorities. As a firm, we will not abandon our clients in these stressful and confusing times. As such, we will continue to provide the excellent service that we are renowned for. If you have ongoing court cases being handled by us, we will reach out to you individually to keep you updated on the status of those matters. We will also actively communicate with our estate planning clients to make sure you are fully aware of the progress of your work.

For the next three weeks, our physical offices in Ann Arbor will be closed, but operations will continue unhampered. Over the years our firm has significantly invested in virtual/digital capabilities that will enable us continue to serve you online. Our clients of all ages are finding our virtual/digital options to be simple and convenient. In particular, we are consistently holding many of our meetings via video-conference or tele-conference.

Further, although they will not be in physical proximity, our dedicated staff will securely coordinate operations over the internet and will continue to work assiduously to produce the legal documents that you require. And, we will take advantage of regular and electronic mail to get these documents to you. We understand that planning for asset distribution and family care does not stop when global crises arise, so we similarly will not stop creating simple solutions to satisfy your will, trust and powers of attorney needs.

At TGQ Law, our resolve to serve our community has been reinforced and not stunned by the uncertainty of these times. Call or email us with any questions you may have; we are available to you throughout this period. We will continue to stand with you as you stand with us, even if it is at a minimum distance of ten feet :).

Thank you,
Terrence G. Quinn, Esq.

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