OFFICE REOPENING ANNOUNCEMENT:
Office reopening plan during the Coronavirus pandemic.

After working remotely for the past few months due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we are excited to announce that our office reopened on Monday, May 18, 2020. Although we will not be meeting with clients in-person for the foreseeable future, we are available to work with you and your family through alternative methods of communication, including, telephone conference calls, video conference calls and email communications.

Office Reopening Announcement

Office reopening plan during the Coronavirus pandemic.         

After working remotely for the past few months due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we are excited to announce that our office has reopened. We are meeting with clients in-person here in the main area of our office building, being careful to adhere to all social distancing protocols. We are also available to work with you and your family through alternative methods of communication, including, telephone conference calls, video conference calls and email communications. 

Virtual Meetings:

Specifically, our firm is offering flexible options to meet with you and/or your family virtually through teleconference calls or video conference calls to discuss in detail your estate planning options.

Our office is also able to prepare your estate planning documents or revisions to your existing estate planning documents and sending the draft documents electronically or through the United States mail with a detailed explanatory letter outlining the provisions of those documents. 

Executing your Estate Plan:

Our office has adapted our signing procedures to ensure that our clients are able to have their estate planning documents executed promptly. We now also have the ability to sign documents in the large dining area in our Providence office building which has been closed to diners. Again, all safety procedures are utilized. 

All explanations of the documents, including answering all of your questions, will have been done remotely so the actual signing of the documents should be very quick. 

Estate Settlement/Trust Administration Matters:

 

Estate settlements and trust administration matters generally lend themselves to remote communication between our attorneys and clients. When the need arises to have documents executed, we have adapted our office procedures as explained above, to ensure the proper execution of documents and the safety of our clients and staff. 

Contact Mignanelli & Associates, LTD.:

As estate planning attorneys, our practice is dedicated to serving our clients professionally and in today’s environment, safely. As we continue to use all safety precautions, our firm is committed to ensuring everyone’s safety and making it easy and accessible for our clients to have all of their estate planning questions answered and documents in place. 

If you have any questions or would like to schedule a meeting with one of our attorneys, please feel free to contact our office by telephone at (401) 455-3500 or email our attorneys:

Attorney Anthony R. Mignanelli at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Attorney Jamie E. Glashow at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Attorney Jenna L. Bessette at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

After working remotely for the past few months due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we are excited to announce that our office has reopened. We are meeting with clients in-person here in the main area of our office building, being careful to adhere to all social distancing protocols. We are also available to work with you and your family through alternative methods of communication, including, telephone conference calls, video conference calls and email communications. 

·     Virtual Meetings:

Specifically, our firm is offering flexible options to meet with you and/or your family virtually through teleconference calls or video conference calls to discuss in detail your estate planning options.

Our office is also able to prepare your estate planning documents or revisions to your existing estate planning documents and sending the draft documents electronically or through the United States mail with a detailed explanatory letter outlining the provisions of those documents. 

·     Executing your Estate Plan:

Our office has adapted our signing procedures to ensure that our clients are able to have their estate planning documents executed promptly. We now also have the ability to sign documents in the large dining area in our Providence office building which has been closed to diners. Again, all safety procedures are utilized. 

All explanations of the documents, including answering all of your questions, will have been done remotely so the actual signing of the documents should be very quick. 

·     Estate Settlement/Trust Administration Matters:

Estate settlements and trust administration matters generally lend themselves to remote communication between our attorneys and clients. When the need arises to have documents executed, we have adapted our office procedures as explained above, to ensure the proper execution of documents and the safety of our clients and staff. 

·     Contact Mignanelli & Associates, LTD.:

As estate planning attorneys, our practice is dedicated to serving our clients professionally and in today’s environment, safely. As we continue to use all safety precautions, our firm is committed to ensuring everyone’s safety and making it easy and accessible for our clients to have all of their estate planning questions answered and documents in place. 

If you have any questions or would like to schedule a meeting with one of our attorneys, please feel free to contact our office by telephone at (401) 455-3500 or email our attorneys:

 

 

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