With the Coronavirus, there has come a massive influx of change into our daily lives. Our health is, as always, our top priority. Although the Center for Disease Control is recommending that we take massive precautions, we also must take care of our jobs, routines, and responsibilities without being able to be physically present. Public health officials are recommending that those who are sick stay home. Preventing this virus from spreading has caused so many jobs to be put on pause or to come to a halt. It’s important to know that during this stressful time, we are here to help. It’s important that during this time, we take precautions for those who are at a higher risk.
Even if it’s simply for someone to talk to in case your income gets effected, we believe that conversations with us imbue confidence about the future, which always contains a bit of uncertainty. Consultations are free, and our attorneys go out of their way to consistently be insightful and incredibly helpful. Small businesses have individuals working there that cannot afford sick days, and the businesses themselves can’t afford paid sick leave. The Coronavirus Pandemic is going to have long-term effects on products and services at both the state and local level. The government is doing what they can to brainstorm ways to combat higher rates of job loss and make the federal reserve work to help those who have had a loss of income, but of course, health care costs remain a struggle for those who have lost income due to social distancing and not being able to go to work.
Here in the United States, bankruptcy is not a situation where someone has failed, but rather a situation where someone is beginning to take control. It’s most important to be prepared during uncertain times, and the more ready we are when life happens, the more we can cope with the change. Coronavirus has certainly brought a lot of fear, change, and damage to an economy that benefits from being able to be present at work. Some workplaces can survive using teleconferences and meetings via computer, but others simply cannot. If you have struggled financially because of this virus or have any questions about the future and any, “What if” scenarios, we are always here to help. We care about you and the well-being of the community, and we want to help you stay safe, comfortable, and confident through this difficult time.
Many of our clients have come to us after they’ve gotten behind on payments, and that’s why we want to let you know that it’s never too early to sit down and have a conversation, especially given the fact that you might be out of work and missing some paychecks. Absolutely talk to us before you talk to a debt consolidation company. Many Debt Consolidation Companies will take advantage of the client, placing them in even more debt than they were before. We have seen this happen before.
How has this virus effected your life? We want to know because if there’s an opportunity to help you cope with the change, we will make it happen. The stories that are coming from those we care about are harrowing, and we are committed to our community and to our clients. Even if it’s just to stay connected, do not hesitate to reach out. The ultimate point we want to leave you with is this: don’t let fear or panic stop you from acting. The best knowledge is to be informed by your options. A lot of people, when this happens, start to put their heads in the sand and ignore paperwork and phone calls. It’s best to get on the phone with us as quickly as possible, and together we can help you get to a stable point.
Last Updated on April 2, 2020 by The Orlando Law Group