Conducting Business During COVID-19.
This will be updated as needed.
Penbay Estate Planning Law Center is an essential business and is OPEN during COVID-19.
We are in the business of serving people, and amid this coronavirus outbreak, we give you as much flexibility as possible when working with our firm.
Safe & Easy 5 Step Process for Design and Signing of Documents
Step 1 Webinar: Get the Information You Need Attend a LIVE Webinar Online in your home or office and Learn how to Protect your Assets with an Estate Plan that is right for you. Review different types of planning techniques and interact with our Estate Planning attorney with over 24 years of experience.
Step 2 Free Initial Meeting (for attending Webinar): Personal Consultation Teleconference or Zoom Videoconference with Estate Planning Attorney to ask specific questions and get specific answers about how to achieve your personal goals and concerns.
Step 3 Design Meeting: Attorney-Guided Interview Choose a plan tailored to your unique specifications and begin designing your Estate documents in the comfort of your own home by teleconference or Zoom Meeting.
Step 4 Review: Confirm the Details of Your Plan Review your Estate Planning Documents online through our secure portal OR with your Estate Planning attorney through a live screen share.
Step 5 Door-Step Signing: Our Signing team staff comprised of a Licensed Notary Public and Witnesses, set up a signing station just outside your home for a no-contact, safe and stress-free signing of your Estate planning Documents.
During this time of concern, you may feel uncertain about traveling or entering public spaces. We want you to know that virtual meetings are available. Web meetings and telephone calls enable us to connect, review your unique circumstances and evaluate your needs, all from the comfort of your home or office, without delaying your planning objectives. Further, we are available to conduct phone or in-home meetings. Your safety and peace of mind is our priority. We wish you good health and peace of mind to you and your loved ones. If you have any questions on estate, long-term care, Medicaid, or special needs planning, do not hesitate to reach out to us.
If face-to-face meetings remain an option, you might share something like this: At this time, our doors are open, and we continue to conduct client consultations and meetings. If this changes, our team will communicate alternative options or reschedule appointments as needed. As a precaution, all surfaces and chairs will be disinfected before and after each client engagement. We look forward to continuing to serve you. Please don’t hesitate to reach out. 207-236-4888
What You Can Do Now For You And Your Loved Ones:
•Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after blowing your nose, coughing, sneezing, or when you come home from work, school, or errands.
•Use hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available.
•Use antibacterial wipes to clean shopping carts before touching.
•Avoid touching your face, nose, and eyes. The virus needs our help to enter our system and can’t get in unless we provide pathways.
•If you cough or sneeze, use a tissue and throw it away.
•Avoid high-touch surfaces like elevator buttons, door handles, handrails, and touch screens. If you must touch something, use your sleeve or a tissue to cover your hand or finger.
•Find alternatives for greeting. Rather than shaking hands, touch elbows, wave, or avoid contact.
•Use household disinfectants to clean surfaces and objects you touch regularly.
•Prepare to separate yourself and loved ones from others to reduce your risk of infection.
•Make preparations that would enable you to stay home for two weeks or longer.