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We are thrilled to report that we have resumed substantial in-office activities. Although the office situation is modified to conform to the Governor's guidelines, (starting June 26, 2020 Montgomery County moved to the "Green Phase"), we are slowly transitioning to more normal operations.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this transitional time. Throughout the closures we had a minimal in-office presence, but by working from home were able to maintain a fully operational law practice. We continue to have protocols for our in-office work force and for outside visitors, and continue to conform to the Governor's guidelines.

If you are planning to come to our office for a meeting, then please note that in order to protect the health and safety of our clients and other outside visitors to our office, as well as our employees, we have instituted the following protocols which must be observed by everyone coming to our office:

Prior to arriving at our office, please make sure to consider the following:

  1. Within the past 24 hours have you had a fever or a measured temperature above 100.3 degrees or greater, or have you had a cough or trouble breathing? If so, then let's reschedule or make other arrangements that do not entail coming to our office.
  2. Have you been asked to self-isolate or quarantine by a doctor or local public health official, or otherwise? If so, then we should wait to meet in person until your quarantine is complete, or we can make other arrangements that do not entail coming to our office.
  3. Have you had "close contact" (defined as living in the same household as a person who has tested positive for COVID-19, caring for a person who has tested positive for COVID-19 or being within 6 feet of a person who has tested positive for COVID-19) with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19? If so, let's reschedule or make other arrangements that do not entail coming to our office.

If none of the foregoing apply to you, then we welcome you to participate in your scheduled meeting at HTTS.

When you come to our office, please note that masks are required to be worn in all common areas of our office building. You will see social distancing reminders displayed in the building's lobby and elevator banks. If you are able, you might consider using the stairs, rather than taking the elevator (we are on the third floor in the office building). Note that currently elevator usage in the building is limited to one rider per car.

Upon arriving at our office suite:

  1. You will be asked to use hand sanitizer immediately prior to entering the suite.
  2. Once inside our suite, we will take your temperature. If your temperature is above 100.3F, you will be asked to go home and we will reschedule your meeting. If your temperature is at or below 100.3F, you will then be asked to wash your hands, after which you will immediately be directed to a conference room to wait for your appointment to begin.
  3. During the meeting, seating will be spaced out to accommodate social distancing.
  4. If you are signing a document, you will be asked to use your own pen (or we will provide one, which you will take home).

We hope that you understand our need to implement these precautionary measures. Your continued good health, as well as the good health of our valued employees, is very important to us.

Heckscher, Teillon, Terrill & Sager, P.C.

Personal, Trust & Estate Law

Heckscher, Teillon, Terrill & Sager, founded in 1994, provides sophisticated estate and tax planning and fiduciary related services in a personalized setting for individuals, families and small businesses.

HTT&S represents clients over the long-term, but also handles discrete matters for clients who require the services of a highly qualified firm.

The broad range of skills and experience of HTT&S attorneys in the field of personal, trust and estate law enables the firm to offer clients and their families continuity and stability for future generations. It also ensures flexibility in addressing client needs and efficiency in having each matter handled by an HTT&S attorney with the appropriate level of experience.

When a client requires legal services in other fields or seeks non-legal assistance in areas related to HTT&S' services, with the client's prior knowledge and approval the firm will assist the client in retaining a qualified professional to handle the matter.