June 2020 eNewsletter

Broyles Kight and Ricafort, P.C. and Divorce Magazine are pleased to provide our monthly eNewsletter. We hope this information is helpful and supportive. After reading this, please forward it to whomever you think may benefit from it.

June 2020

From the Office:

In accordance with Governor Holcomb’s plan to reopen Indiana, BKR is planning to fully reopen our offices on Monday, July 6, 2020.

Please note that we will continue to adhere to social distancing guidelines, including the use of a mask while visiting our office. We also will continue to offer telephone and zoom consultations instead of in-person meetings and request that you not come to our office if you are experiencing any symptoms of illness, are aware of direct exposure to someone with the COVID virus or have traveled outside of the country in the prior two weeks. We will continue to monitor guidance from the CDC and the State of Indiana and will adjust our office policies as necessary.

We thank you in advance for your cooperation in making every effort to keep our staff and clients safe.

Please check out our website for more information:
https://bkrfamilylaw.wpengine.com/news-events

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