Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates (Updated: 3/08/2022):
          We only plan to post updates here as to our office and updates we believe would affect current clients.
At this time, The Heisler Law Group has made the following changes to its operations due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19):
Effective March 8, 2022 to enter our buildings, you must always have an appointment.  face mask are not required, however if you are wearing a mask and request our staff to while in your presence, please ask.  Your temperature will be taken and must be below 100 degrees.   Others will not be allowed to enter with you, unless pre-approved.
We are now offering zoom video appointments for retained clients and by phone appointments for people seeking our services and for retained clients when in-person appointments are not offered.
Staff continues to reach out to our local courts to see if changes will be affecting client cases and will attempt to advise clients as we become aware.
Because of the limits placed on our firm because of COVID, our goal to return calls has changed from the end of the next business day to the end of the second business day (one extra business day).   This will be while we are not booking regular appointments in our offices.  We are sorry for this delay.  
          We have been advised some courthouses and other government buildings are having limited access at this time.  This means that some court appearances are being changed.    We are attempting to advise clients on a case-by-case basis.    
       Because courts and other government agencies are reviewing their options on an ongoing basis, there may be very little notice if something changes, i.e. dates or how a case will proceed (live to zoom or zoom to live).  For this reason, we are recommending that clients ensure we have a telephone number where clients can be reached, and to further ensure voice mails are set up and the voicemail is not filled to the point messages can’t be left.   Some cellular providers are offering expanded voicemail packages for more messages.   Clients may want to investigate this option with their wireless provider.