How Schlemlein, Fick & Franklin is Taking Action against the Covid-19 Pandemic

April 1, 2020

At Schlemlein, Fick & Franklin, our top priority is protecting the health and safety of our staff, clients and community. Beginning March 5th, 2020 our partners instituted a firm wide work from home policy, and closed our offices to the public, making the first major step in doing what it takes to dramatically reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19. Since then we have taken several steps as a firm to ensure staff safety, while maintaining client access to personnel. Staying up to date with orders issued by Washington state and Washington's state courts, we are basing our actions on facts and expert guidance from federal and local health officials, and have remained flexible to meet the needs of this crisis. We are proud of the work we’ve done to move our firm operations to be fully online. In compliance with orders made over the past few weeks by Governor Inslee, our offices will remain closed and we will continue to support our clients and one-another remotely.

If you have any questions regarding the Covid-19 Pandemic, how you can protect yourself, serve your community and directives guiding our actions please see the following resources:

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