We are committed to safeguarding the health of our clients and staff during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. As such, we continue to take proactive steps to maintain our essential operations and continue to provide convenient and accessible services. To read more please Click Here
Our offices have reopened in accordance with recommendations by the CDC and the State of Iowa. In-person meetings with our attorneys are available upon request, but we have implemented safety measures to help protect both our team and our clients. First, we are requesting that you don't bring anyone with you for your meeting. No children will be permitted into the office unless they are a client. We are requiring masks to be worn at all times and all guests will need to complete a health screening checklist and sign a waiver of liability.
Our attorneys and staff will continue to offer client-centered services through the use of video conferencing, telephone, and other electronic means as necessary. As always, we are available via telephone, email, and our website.
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On this week’s episode of Ask the Expert with Jim Doyne, attorney Jim Radig from Arenson Law Group, PC, discussed various issues related to personal bankruptcy. You can listen to the podcast in its entirety below.
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