Perez & Perez

Perez & Perez adapts to COVID-19 challenges

Updated May 6, 2020:

Out of an abundance of caution, and to protect the health and safety of our clients and staff, we are continuing to conduct all client meetings remotely, and are NOT meeting with clients at our physical locations at this time.    See below for how we can still help you.

Virtual (Videoconference) Consultations

We are offering virtual consultations and we encourage you to take advantage of this option.   The available technology allows us to do everything we normally do during an in-office appointment while we practice social distancing.

The process is as follows:

1) We'll send you a link to complete our online intake forms in advance of your appointment.

2) We then meet via a Zoom Meeting, which allows you to see our computer screen so that we can review documents together, and allows us to see each other in a video chat.  You can join from a computer with a webcam, or from any iPhone or Android smartphone with a simple free app.

3) If you choose to retain us, we will email you a link to electronically sign the retainer agreement and associated documents.

If you are interested in setting up an appointment for a video consultation, you can call us at 317-634-5968 or 765-588-5080 to schedule.

 

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Virtual Signing Appointments

For our existing clients, we now have the ability to handle your signing appointment to file your case via Zoom Meeting.     Contact us for details and to schedule an appointment.

If you need to send us documents, please mail them to PO Box 1019, Brownsburg, IN 46112  You can also email us documents in PDF format.  We are working from home, so documents mailed to our office locations may not be received right away.

Remote Court Hearings

The Bankrutpcy Courts continue to handle all business remotely.   Filings have already been done electronically for years, so that part is unchanged.  Currently, all hearings and trustee meetings are being handled via telephone or Zoom.   

The courts have announced that trustee meetings will be done remotely at least into August 2020.

How to join a Zoom meeting