In its continuing efforts to assist clients and prospective clients with their legal needs during the COVID-19 crisis, Keech Law Firm is offering remote consultations by phone or video conferencing. We are primarily utilizing the Zoom platform but can accommodate other platforms, as well.
Additionally, we are exchanging case documents electronically via email or through cloud-based, secure file-sharing applications. Court business continues to be handled via electronic filing
For more information, call our remote access line at (501) 291-2764 or email us at email@example.com.
March 24, 2020:
The attorneys and staff and Keech Law Firm are doing their part to address the COVID-19 crisis in our community and nation. After the personal health and safety of ourselves and loved ones, the needs of our clients will remain our top priority during this time.
Remote Work Policy
Our offices instituted our remote work policy during the week March 16, 2020. During that time, you may have experienced a delay in response to your inquiries. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Over the coming week or so, we expect our regular work-flow processes to be fully integrated into our remote work environment, and we will make every effort to return your calls and address your needs as promptly as possible.
The best way to reach us during this time is through email. Attorneys and staff may be reached at the following email addresses:
If you need to speak to us by phone, please call our remote access line at (501) 291-2764.
The Status of Your Case
As the Courts do their part to respond to COVID-19, trials, hearings, and other proceedings have been postponed. The Courts are presently exploring options to conduct hearings remotely. To the extent a proceeding for which you would be required to attend in person has been postponed or changed to a remote hearing, we will notify you and help you make the appropriate arrangements to participate.
If you have not already done so, please consider downloading the Zoom app to your computer or mobile device, as many organizations are moving to this platform to conduct their business. If you do not have access to a computer or mobile device screen, you can participate in Zoom meetings by phone.
If you have or expect to be financially impacted by COVID-19, rest assured that we will assist our clients in navigating the issues that arise during this time. If you are not a client, or if you know an individual or small business that might benefit from our services, please know that we are accepting new clients at this time.
Our remote work policies will allow us to continue our client intake processes, and we are mindful of the present and coming need for debt reorganization and bankruptcy services. Please do not attempt to navigate these waters alone. We are here to help and want to help.
To see what options are available for your small business, we recommend starting at the Small Business Administration website.
If you are an Arkansas resident has lost employment, the Arkansas Department of Workforce Services website will guide you through the process of filing a claim for unemployment insurance.
If you are being harassed by a creditor, and especially if legal proceedings have been filed against you, seek the assistance of Keech Law Firm.