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COVID-19: An update from Campbell Family Law

March 25, 2020 by cfl-staff

The Campbell Family Law team is being proactive to take precautionary measures to do our part to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and to protect our clients, staff, colleagues, and other members of our community.

While our office is not the busy place it usually is right now, we have taken steps to allow team members to work from home, limit the number of people physically in the office at the same time, and have been working with clients to discuss options of handling meetings via phone conference and other creative ways to communicate.   

Fortunately this will not affect our ability to deliver quality legal services and serve your needs.

It will be mostly business as usual for our team, as we’ll continue to be available for your needs and concerns.  You’ll hear the same friendly voice when you call the front desk.  If you are a current client of the firm or a prospective client, please know we’re here for you—even if it isn’t always “here.”  Most of our cases are paperless, so our files are always available on our secure network.   We are continuing to take new cases, settle and negotiate existing cases, plan for future court dates, and mediate, arbitrate, and parent coordinate.   Please call, email, or message us any time.   We know that with the challenges of the days ahead, you may need us more than ever. 

Like you, we are being patient and proactive as we prepare to ride out the COVID-19 storm together! 

Rachel C. Campbell is Board Certified as a Specialist in Family Law by the North Carolina State Bar. She is licensed to practice only in the state of North Carolina. The content of this website relates only to North Carolina Law. Campbell Family Law is not seeking to represent you based upon your visit to this website. The materials on this website are not intended as legal advice. You should not rely on the content of this website without seeking the advice of an attorney about your specific legal situation.