At Martino Law Group, we’re still open for business and providing Massachusetts legal services. Our team is working remotely and using a variety of modern technology tools to connect with our clients. Here’s how we’re continuing to provide services while abiding by state and federal Coronavirus precautions.

Virtual Meetings

Phone calls are great, but it can make a huge difference to see someone as well. Legal matters can be complicated, so we make it a point to have virtual face-to-face with our clients whenever possible. Using Zoom for video conferencing, we can connect with you no matter where you are,… or where we are! If you’re an iPhone user, it’s similar to what you experience with FaceTime. We can connect on your smartphone or computer.

Document Sharing

Secure document sharing is always a concern, especially when it comes to legal documents. Emailing documents is always insecure, so we use another tool altogether. You will be granted a login to access our secure website to retrieve documents that contain sensitive information.

Digital Notarization

There is proposed legislation to allow for remote notarization services. Instead of meeting in person to verify identity, this emergency legislation would allow such tools as video conferencing to be used instead. Clients can physically sign documents and mail them to attorneys for notarization. Identities are confirmed via a video conference and a copy of a valid form of identification, such as a driver’s license or passport. This eliminates the need for in-person meetings while stay-at-home restrictions are still in place across Massachusetts.

Contact Us – We’re Still Open for Business

If you’ve been hesitant to contact us due to business closures throughout the state, we want you to know that we’re still in business and available to assist you. We can assist with real estate closings, family law, personal injury, estate planning, business law, probate, and criminal law matters. Contact us today to schedule a virtual consultation.