COVID-19 - Udoka Law
We have been closely following updates from the CDC, State, and City leadership aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19, and we want to do our part.
Effective immediately and until further notice, Udoka Law will not schedule any in-person meetings. All currently scheduled meetings will be held via phone, other alternative methods, or canceled for the time being. After booking an appointment and paying any applicable fees, we will confirm the meeting time with a private Zoom link. This will allow us the freedom to work together from anywhere, on any device.
Our staff will either be excused from work or work remotely. Additionally, our physical office will remain locked and will be opened by appointment only. For the limited use that the building will see, we have implemented heightened sanitization protocols.
We know this will be an inconvenience to some, but we are committed to the health of our community. We hope that these measures will allow us to continue to offer exceptional customer service, and appreciate your support.
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Encourage vibrant communities;
Support business and community leaders;
Encourage viable, sustainable organizations, and increased professional employment.
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When you establish a relationship with a business attorney, your business could benefit in many ways. At Udoka Law, PC, we'll strive to protect your interests, identify opportunities, and support your ability to earn profits.
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