Available for New and Existing Clients
As the government adapts its policies to the ever-changing Covid-19 situation, I am adapting as needed to be available to clients as normally as possible.
- If you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms, have traveled outside of Canada in the last 14 days, or have recently been in close contact with someone known to have Covid-19, please do not come to the office. Contact me to make other arrangements.
- While masks are no longer required by the province, my staff and I will continue to wear a mask when meeting with clients. Clients are encouraged, but not required, to wear a mask during in-person meetings.
- I continue to be available by phone and email, as well as in the office by appointment.
Keeping Safe Together
I am monitoring the situation carefully with our municipality and local health unit, and have implemented the following practices:
- Encouraging standard prevention measures for staff and clients, such as washing your hands often with soap and water, using alcohol-based hand sanitizer, sneezing and/or coughing into your sleeve, avoiding touching your eyes, nose or mouth, and staying home if you’re sick.
- Increased ventilation before, during, and after in-person meetings.
- Increased cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces and equipment.
- Ensuring facilities for hand washing, paper tissues, and hand sanitizer are widely available to staff and clients.
Divorce & Family Law During Covid-19
Family Cases in both the Unified Family Court and the Superior Court of Justice are beginning to transition back to in-person proceedings for some issues. If you have questions about how this may affect your case or situation, please don't hesitate to ask.
I want to thank everyone for their cooperation during what has been a difficult, and continues to be an unusual time.