Dunn Carney attorneys respect client safety, meet with clients remotely during Covid-19

Dunn Carney's Estate Planning Team, pictured above, remains available to help during the Covid-19 shutdown. (Front row, left) Natalie Stack, attorney; Heather Guthrie, partner; Sheryl Becker, paralegal; Melissa Busley, partner. (Back row, left) Jackie Wetle, practice assistant; Ken Davis, partner; Caroline Richter, practice assistant; Teri Lynn Curtin, paralegal; Jennifer Severson, paralegal; Jeana McGlasson, partner. (Not pictured) Elizabeth Knight, partner; Kim Tellin, of counsel; Bob Winger, of counsel; Mary Jo Williams, practice assistant; Lois Pinster, practice assistant.

See what our Estate Planning Team is doing:

Dunn Carney’s attorneys are working remotely in compliance with Governor Brown’s executive order pertaining to Covid-19. They are available to help clients with their legal needs in all areas including real estate, business, litigation, securities, mediation, and estate planning.  The firm is taking the following precautions to protect clients, family members, advisors and our Dunn Carney team:

  • Meetings by phone, conference call or video call (such as Zoom).  This allows clients to safely invite other business partners, advisors or family members to join the “meeting” as well.  We will set up the call or video meeting, so all you have to do is answer the phone or click “Join the Meeting” on your computer.  We’re flexible and happy to work with you whichever way you prefer.
  • Documents provided electronically (by email or fax) instead of paper if you want to avoid receiving paper documents in the mail. Of course we can also do both.

Dunn Carney’s team is here to help. Please find attorney contact information on the Attorneys bio page or see our Expertise page to learn about Dunn Carney’s areas of legal expertise.