Updated 03/30/2020

Dear Valued Clients,

In response to the Governor’s directive our office is currently closed. We do not expect to be meeting with clients in our office until the Stay at Home Order has been lifted.

We are, however, working remotely and are here to assist as we are able. We know that this is causing issues with document execution and notary services. We will work with clients one on one to accommodate time-sensitive issues as they arise.

Our intent is to continue serving our clients via telephone, and the various video conferencing platforms that are available including Zoom, Face Time and Skype.

Clients may continue to email and leave voicemail messages at the office. Staff is checking regularly for messages and will respond at soon as possible.

We apologize for any inconvenience and hope with meeting alternatives we can mitigate the impact of the office closure as much as possible. We will continue to reach out via email and on our website as needed.

We appreciate your support and patience as we all navigate this ever-changing situation.


Joe Morton and Staff

Dear Valued Clients,

Your health and well-being is very important to us, and we want you to be aware that we are taking steps to navigate the situation caused by the novel coronavirus or COVID-19. We want to share the precautions we are taking to protect our clients.

We’ve asked our employees to stay home if they feel sick, and we have increased the frequency of sanitizing areas frequented by clients in our office. Our staff are frequently washing their hands, and we’ve asked them to avoid personal contact with clients such as handshakes.

If you have an upcoming in-person appointment please know that phone or video conference options are available to all clients. If you are interested in one of these alternatives, please contact our office to make those arrangements. If needed, our staff can assist you with setting up the variety of technologies available for a virtual meeting prior to your appointment.

If you have an upcoming in-person appointment scheduled with us, and any of the following apply to you, please contact our office to discuss alternative meetings.

  • If you are feeling unwell, with cold-or-flu like symptoms, however minor.
  • If you feel like you may have been in contact with someone who may have been exposed.

If you have any questions or concerns about our approach to this situation, please do not hesitate to contact us.

As this is an evolving and rapidly changing situation, please understand that we may need to make further adjustments. We will continue to communicate any updates through email and here on our website.


Joe Morton and Staff