To our clients,
As you are no doubt aware the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID19) has seen an unprecedented disruption to the daily lives and activities of many people and businesses in Victoria.
We write to you from Freeman Family Law today to assure you that it is business as usual for all our clients and we continue to work through your matters with the same high level of detail we have become well known for within the industry.
All staff have the ability to work from home, whilst as a firm, we will be ensuring we use the available technology to ensure we remain within contact for our clients.
However, in the interest of keeping our staff healthy, and removing the risk of exposure to the virus, Freeman Family Law will cease, where possible, all face-to-face meetings in favour of the use of Zoom (more on this below), phone and email communications.
At this stage, court hearings are going ahead as planned.
We have no other operational changes to report and our office hours and contact details remain the same.
With that in mind, we ask our clients to:
We know that this is a confusing and challenging time, but we would like to assure all clients that Freeman Family Law is set up to ensure we continue to manage cases despite this global disruption.
If you have a meeting scheduled with Freeman Family Law staff, the meeting will be convened over the phone or via Zoom.
Zoom is a free and convenient means of communicating with us in a secure, encrypted environment.
You will receive an invitation to join a meeting.
If you were planning to come into one of our offices, we ask that you call or email to see if your matter can be dealt with over the phone or Zoom.
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