As many of you know, we have been operating (as best we can) remotely, with the buildings closed. In light of the Governor’s proclamations and in light of our circumstances, we believe we can now safely open and resume offering professional services, including meeting people in our offices, if and as needed. However, that is not to discourage video or phone conferencing or exchange of emails, especially among those who are already clients. We have full video capabilities; ask us for details.

Safety. We have undertaken certain procedures in order to open and provide for the safety of our employees, clients and visitors. We had our buildings thoroughly cleaned and disinfected and continue to do so on a regular, heightened basis and as recommended by our professional cleaning service. In the event of usage of conference rooms, restroom facilities, reception room or receptionist kiosk, we are using EPA approved disinfectants and following the CDC’s website directions on “Cleaning and Disinfecting your Facility”.

Front Door. When you come to our office, you will need to ring the doorbell, then put on your mask, then enter and remain near the door until given further instructions. If you do not have a mask, we will provide you with one to keep. You will be expected to keep the mask on during the entire time you are in the building and to leave with it.

In Building. Again, bring your face mask. There will be social distancing, to the extent reasonably possible. All our conference rooms have sneeze guards (plexiglass), disinfecting wipes, gloves and hand sanitizers for use. If not participating in a meeting or a conference, we ask that you not enter the building.

Children. Unfortunately, we are not equipped for children and regulations prefer that only those who are going to be participating in a conference enter the building. Accordingly, we respectfully suggest that you abide by these requirements. If this becomes a substantial inconvenience we can alternatively arrange a telephone or video meeting, as long as you have provided us, in advance, with copies of the documents you wish to discuss.

Restrooms. If unable to comply with the following, please refrain from using the restrooms: disinfect your hands according to CDC guidelines; and in consideration of subsequent users, kindly wipe down with wipes provided all surfaces you touched during your time in the restroom. Wipes must be deposited in the trash receptacle, not in the toilet.

Thank you for your cooperation. We are excited about moving forward together.

Pyfer Reese Straub Gray & Farhat PC      

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