A note to those reading updates: 

Law firms were not ordered to close as many businesses were under Executive Order 107.  Nonetheless, consistent with what the Governor required of other enterprises, this firm closed the doors of its brick and mortar business to the public, opting to meet and supervise execution of documents via Zoom, or where clients preferred to meet live, with masks outdoors with safe social distancing and surfaces wiped, use of gloves, etc.  The firm continues to adapt to the evolving situation, making these alternatives available and opening its doors only cautiously, mindful of the risks outlined in these Executive Orders and the preventative measures to minimize them. 

Covid-19 Update – June

Covid-19 Update – June

Following up on E.O. # 149, on Monday, June 1, 2020, the Governor announced through Twitter and the news details of the State’s entry into Phase 2 of “New Jersey’s Road Back Plan”. This will include reopening of outdoor dining and limited in-person retail on June 15,...

Covid-19 Update – May 15th-30th

Covid-19 Update – May 15th-30th

With primary elections now a little more than a month away, Executive Order (E.O.) # 144, signed on May 15, 2020 and effective immediately, is relevant; it enables all New Jersey citizens to exercise their franchise safely from home by voting by mail. Click to read...

Covid-19 May 13th & 14th Update

Covid-19 May 13th & 14th Update

I continue to monitor what’s going on in Trenton, New Jersey’s capitol.  This week, Governor Murphy issued two Executive Orders (“E.O.’s”) which trend toward reopening.  They are cautious, referencing previous orders and urging social distancing, wearing masks, etc.,...

Updated Covid-19 Information

Updated Covid-19 Information

Good news came this past Tuesday, April 14th - Governor Murphy signed Assembly Bill 3903 into law - as modified by the NJ Senate, it permits remote notarization by officials, including attorneys, of documents requiring notarization, including Wills.   How does this...

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