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Wright & Moore Update: COVID-19
As we gather for our virtual office meeting each morning, we re-evaluate the COVID -19 situation. Although our physical office is closed, and our employees are home safe, we are still “open” for business. We are taking the following steps to help mitigate confusion and concern while still serving our clients as best we can under the circumstances. We are calling each of our clients who are scheduled for a meeting and discussing the possibility of a phone call or video call. We are in the process of having Ashley and Evin certified as online notaries which will enable us to have video signing appointments. We are trying to reschedule all of our seasonal meetings into the next couple of weeks to ensure that estate plans and succession plans are complete. Our office phone is being forwarded to Ashley’s cell phone, so please feel free to leave a message even if you do not hear the “normal” Wright & Moore voicemail message. We are always available by phone.
Flexibility and creativity is essential at this time and we will continue to come up with creative ways to get the job done. We all know what it is like to make complicated decisions for our family businesses. We will do what we can to ease your fears, answer your questions, and continue to serve the farming community in the new “normal” manner.
As always, we will continue to take all appropriate measures to keep our Wright & Moore family safe!
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Wright & Moore COVID-19 Update: Committed to Client Health and Safety
Your lives have changed in the last few months, and so have ours. The Wright & Moore team has been working almost exclusively from home, we have transitioned dozens of client meetings to video or phone conferences, and we are now facing the prospect of wearing masks during meetings.
With the reopening process well underway, the Wright & Moore team has had advanced conversations about conducting business in a way that protects our clients and their families. Although continuing to serve the needs of our clients is important, maintaining a safe and healthy office environment is our new priority.
With that in mind, the five of us wanted to assemble a document that explained our COVID-19 policies and answered some of your basic questions. As you read through this form, there are a few things we hope you will understand:
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by Evin Bachelor A large number of farm succession plans are trust-based due to the need for flexibility and creativity to address a farmer’s succession
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