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A Message To Our Clients In The COVID-19 Environment

The Henry Law Firm Remains Available For You

As you have likely heard by now, effective March 24, 2020, the Kansas City metropolitan area is under a “Stay at Home Order.” Given this existing Order, you may have wondered how the vital and important services from the attorneys and staff of this office would affect you. Legal services are essential and necessary because such services assist in protecting the health, safety, and value of families and assets, including physically, mentally, and emotionally.

The Henry Law Firm, P.A. takes seriously the presence of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) within our area. Accordingly, our office has implemented strategies to assure that our services and representation to all of our clients will continue at the level of commitment and care you have come to expect while ensuring the safety and health of our clients and employees.

As of March 24, 2020, while essential employees of The Henry Law Firm remain available for you, our physical office will not be accessible to clients, guests, and the general public. For the time being, all scheduled office appointments, consultation services, mediation services, and any other similar activities will be conducted by telephone conference, video-conferencing, and/or electronic mail.

Temporary rules that may limit in-person access to the courts do not, in any way, limit our ability to file new cases or advance our clients’ existing cases.

While we all are adjusting to this temporary “new normal,” I want to assure you that the fine people who comprise this law firm are always eager to provide you, the client, with exceptional service and representation, regardless of the challenge, difficulty, or crisis you must face. The Henry Law Firm, P.A. will continue to monitor guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and departments of health and safety of the State of Kansas and local governments.

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