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Sand Law’s Response to COVID-19

At Sand Law, we have always put a focus on “Real People. Real Answers. Real Time.” And during these unprecedented times, that has not changed.

Real People.

Like you, our firm is made up of real people who are also feeling the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. Because of this, we have had to make some changes for the safety of our employees and clients. In this effort, we have temporarily stopped all in-person meetings between employees and between employees and clients. However, since the start of COVID-19 lockdowns, we have been working to implement different technologies that allow us to remain fully functioning and in full contact with our clients. To do this, we have all our staff working remotely. Everything is moving full steam ahead here at Sand Law.

Real Answers.

Because our clients’ needs have not stopped, we have not stopped providing answers. In fact, we have stepped up our ability to give real answers to our community. In addition to phone and email, we have setup a free virtual consultation platform for those who have questions, need a consultation, or have a question about their on going case. We are now offering free consultations on any legal matter to clients and non-clients alike. If you have a question, feel free to contact us.

Real Time.

Your safety and the safety of our staff is our first priority. So as this pandemic changes, we will change. We will be continually updating our procedures and necessary precautions in accordance with the CDC, local, state, and federal government. As things get better, we will keep you updated on when face-to-face meetings are back on. Until then, we are here for you and your family. Feel free to give us a call, send us an email, or contact us using our online form if you have any concerns.

COVID-19 Resources

Below are links to various resources regarding COVID-19 that you may find helpful:

Statewide Resources for North Dakota

General Resources for COVID-19