O’Connor & Ryan, P.C.’s statement regarding the current COVID-19 situation
In the face of increasing concerns and latest public health guidance related to the new coronavirus, our firm is taking all reasonable precautions to safeguard everyone’s health and safety and to prevent the spread of this virus with non-critical face-to-face interaction with our clients and staff.
Our experienced attorneys, Edward P. Ryan, Jr and Thomas Mysliwicz are working full-time on a virtual basis, with the commitment to continue providing uninterrupted service to our present and future clients. We know how difficult it can be for our clients going through family law and criminal matters to be able to access the support of an attorney, even in the wake of this public health crisis.
We are attempting to do as much as possible by telephone, video conference, and email as a safety precaution for you, for our staff, and for greater public health. Massachusetts courts are open for limited purposes and criminal cases are being heard via telephone or video conference There are many other channels our attorneys can focus on to deliver you legal representation on all matters. More importantly we can deliver the results. As always, you will reach a live person at the end of the phone when you call our office. New callers will be able to speak to an attorney live.
If you or others you know need legal services in divorce, family law, criminal defense or personal injury matters please reach out. We are here to provide critical support to new clients, the way that we stay committed to our current clients. The latest up to date information on court closings and other matters can be accessed on the Mass Courts website.
Please stay safe.
ONGOING UPDATES & ALERTS
April 17, 2020
Understanding how to follow the Massachusetts trial court orders listed below is something the lawyers at O’Connor and Ryan can help you with and make sure all of your legal rights are protected and any matter is handled in your best interest. MassGov Standing Orders
March 30, 2020
While COVID – 19 has changed the way we presently live and interact with each other, legal issues continue to arise. Whether it be a family matter, custody of children, a criminal matter or an injury, we can help you. You can reach our office by telephone or email, and we can meet via video conference to help you with any legal issue. There is no need to hesitate as we can help you without physical contact in this time of social distancing. Be safe.
April 1, 2020
Although the Courts are not generally open to the public, our office has made several court appearances on various matters via video conference. Some legal issues must be addressed even in this time of crisis and social distancing. We can help you navigate this process as we are open. Call for a video conference today.
April 11, 2020
Persons who are incarcerated are at greater risk for COVID – 19. Courts have recognized the danger. If you have a loved one who is presently incarcerated, we may be able to help. Contact us to determine if your client may be eligible for release from custody. Visit our Criminal Law page here.