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  • Writer's pictureCook Tillman


We are still here for you! Given the current circumstances surrounding COVID-19, we feel it is appropriate to not only protect our firm family but also our clients by reducing the foot traffic through our facilities. In trying to adhere to federal government recommendations of social distancing and Mayor Cooper’s recent Safer at Home Order, many of our team members are working diligently from home to provide the same level of service you have come to expect. For those who don’t feel comfortable meeting with our attorneys in the office, we are providing alternative options, such as phone consultations, so that we may continue to provide for all of your planning needs. Give us a call. We’d love to help.

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