As we reflect on 2020, it is easy to look back on the year with a sense of doubt, fear, and even sadness. COVID-19 has upended normal routines and impacted lives in ways that none of us ever expected. Social distancing, telecommuting, and virtual learning have all become common-place. We’ve seen business closings, nursing home restrictions, and even family and friends falling ill during these times. In an effort to keep our most vulnerable clients safe, we have continued our work remotely since March, and are fortunate to have technology in place that allows us to stay well connected to our work, our coworkers, and most importantly our clients.
As we look to the future at Sinclair Prosser Gasior, we do so with an “outward mindset” – a common theme of our staff meetings – improve performance, spark collaboration, and accelerate innovation – in order to better serve our clients year after year. Our staff operates as a cohesive team ready to work with clients in planning for their futures. We are here to ensure that our clients will not look back with remorse and regret, but instead forward, satisfied and comfortable knowing that they have put an estate plan in place that will protect them in the event they become incapacitated, and protect their loved ones upon their passing.
We value each and every one of our clients and are grateful to those that have worked with us through the “new normal” of Zoom video consults, webinars, and socially distanced signing appointments. We are committed to ensuring everyone’s safety and making it easy and accessible for our clients to have their estate planning questions and concerns addressed. We know things may not return to “normal” anytime soon; however, we look forward to preparing our office and staff for in person appointments and seeing you at our client seminars. Thank you for believing in our mission and continuing to be a client and friend of the firm.
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