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We are closely monitoring the developments surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak and want to reassure you that Young Moore will continue to be available to serve your legal needs. In an effort to protect the health and safety of our clients, employees, and community at large, we are implementing a reduced in-office presence but will remain fully operational. We have remote work technology in place that enables our attorneys and staff to be responsive to your legal needs throughout any potential shutdowns or quarantines that may be implemented. Many scheduled meetings and appointments have already been converted to telephone calls. Your calls will be automatically directed to the appropriate firm personnel regardless of their work location. In the event you need to meet in person, please contact your attorney directly. We will keep you informed via our website of any changes as they occur. If you have any concerns, please contact your attorney or call our main number at (919) 782-6860.
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