To Our Present and Future Clients
As a precaution in the fight against the spread of the Coronavirus, on March 19, 2020, Governor Newsom issued an Executive Order that everyone in the state must stay home except for people engaged in “essential activities”. Bankruptcy legal services is not listed as an “essential activity” under the current Order. Therefore, we will only be physically present at the office on a limited basis.
However, the Law Office of Scott Bell has been paperless for well over a decade. Furthermore, our technology infrastructure allows us to work virtually from anywhere. We are set up to handle this.
What this means is that we are still working for you. We may not physically be present at the office, but we are always a phone call, online chat, or email away. Rest assured that while you are looking after your family’s health in these trying times, we are looking after your financial health as well. You will get a fresh start.
Feel free to call us at 1-661-243-1737 just like you normally would. We are available to answer any questions you may have, work on your case by email and e-fax, and conduct free consultations by phone and FaceTime. All cases get filed electronically, so we can still stop collections and harassing phone calls like always.
The next couple of months will be much different than what we are used to. But our service to you, our clients, will never change. We will get through this.
Don’t hesitate to contact us with your concerns. Our office will continue to operate and be your full-service bankruptcy firm.
Our commitment to serving you has never been stronger. We look forward to continuing to serve you.
The Law Office of Scott Bell