Until further notice, our physical office will only be open for clients who have a scheduled appointment.

Our office remains open, but at this time, we are limiting the number of people in the office.  At this time, we are limiting the number of people in the office to one (1).

If you have a scheduled appointment, please let our receptionist know that you are here, and then wait outside for your appointment.  If you do not have a scheduled appointment, please call our office at (250) 712-2205 and we will be happy to assist you.

If you are dropping off documents, please place them in the white locked mailbox next to the door, or for larger deliveries, in the black plastic bin.  The mailbox and bin are being checked regularly during business hours.

We request that any person entering the office wear a mask and sanitize his or her hands.  Masks and sanitizer are available just inside the door.  Many of our clients are high-risk individuals and we appreciate your cooperation in helping us ensure our clients’ safety.

We ask that clients consider alternative methods of meeting, including:

  • Telephone calls;
  • Skype meetings;
  • Zoom meetings; and
  • Facetime meetings.

We will continue to be available by telephone and email to address our clients’ needs.  We will continue to have access to all records and documents and have plans in place to minimize service disruptions.  In the event of an emergency, we can make alternate arrangements if a meeting is required.

We will be asking clients to avoid the office if they show any symptoms of being sick, or if they have been out of the country during the previous 14 days.  If this is the case, please call our office to discuss alternate meeting arrangements.

We are committed to providing our clients with the legal services they require during this difficult time.

We remain committed to our staff, our clients, and the community.  Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, or if we can be of assistance.  We will provide further updates as they become necessary.