At Schell Bray, we care about our clients, our employees and their families, so prior to Governor Cooper’s March 27, 2020, stay-at-home order, our firm created and began working from our virtual office. Our attorneys and staff will continue to be available for your legal needs and questions and to provide you with the highest-quality service available.
Because Schell Bray has been planning for contingencies, our firm is able to provide you with the same level and scope of services as before. We are pleased to offer options such as video conferencing, secure file share, and seamless call transfer and have transitioned to our new, hopefully short-lived virtual office.
There are many issues of concern to all of us right now, and it is important to receive updates from reliable sources. Please check our website periodically so that we can share updates on changes that affect your estate plan, federal and state taxes, U.S. Small Business Administration loans, and information for employers who want to support employees during tragedies. You can also access information about our practice groups at any time:
Please contact us if we can serve you in any way.
Schell Bray is pleased to provide important resources on business and tax measures to help you and your business through COVID-19. Information changes rapidly, so please check these resources regularly for news and updates.