Virtual Meetings & Consultations
Getting together like this saves you time and travel, and lets us communicate face-to-face. You can do it from the comfort of your home and also include family members from their homes.
Here's how it works:
1. Several hours before the meeting we'll email you a secure link.
Click the link and you are taken directly to your conference.
Either I or one of your attorneys will already be there when you log in.
2. If necessary, we will send you copies of documents either by FedEx or email, several days before. Or you may do the same to us.
3. If unfamiliar with using Zoom -- the video conference platform, our staff will simply take you through the steps a day or two before our meeting. It works with any modern computer, iPad, or mobile smartphone.
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Your health and safety are our highest priority at Raphan Law. We are taking all precautions to protect you when you come to see us in our offices.
Here’s what we are doing in addition to respecting NYC social distancing rules:
1. Waiting area: Our common areas will be sanitized several times a day. Hand sanitizer is also available in our waiting area. Please wear your face mask. No visitors will be allowed in the office without a face mask.
2. Conference Room: We will have a 30-minute buffer to disinfect between meetings. We sanitize our conference table and chairs. Additionally, hand sanitizer is available.
We are limiting the number of clients we see and limiting the length of the meeting. We ask that you do not bring unnecessary people with you to our office. We will confirm all attendees with you beforehand.
3. We will confirm our meeting with you a day in advance to make sure you are feeling well, if you not, we will re-schedule with you.
4. Additional cleaning is done by our cleaning service nightly.
You can call our office at 212-268-8200, email us at info @RaphanLaw.com,
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Phase One of New York's reopening, which began on June 8, 2020, allows construction, manufacturing, and curbside retail businesses to resume.
Phase Two, which includes professional services like ours and parts of the financial sector, is tentatively scheduled for early July. Phase Two should allow us to safely conduct business in the office once again.
I also want to let you know that the remote “virtual” notary legislation in the State of New York has been extended through June 28. So, we can notarize your documents from our home, while you remain safely in your home.