Our Response to the COVID-19 Virus: Continuity, Care, and Community

Our thoughts are with those who have been affected by the Coronavirus. These are challenging times and the situation continues to evolve. We are committed to providing our clients with the same unwavering support and high-quality service they’ve grown to expect from our firm.

We are here for our clients, even as we practise social distancing to protect the health of our clients and personnel. We have put in place measures to ensure business continuity and provide for our clients’ needs.  

Fully Operational While Working Remotely

To do our part to limit the spread of COVID-19 and “flatten the curve”, North Shore Law has implemented remote working operations. Our offices may be closed, but we continue to work hard for our clients. Through the use of technology, our personnel are abiding by government social distancing guidelines while still working together as a team. Our clients continue to benefit from our firm’s collaborative approach to solving legal problems.

We are committed to minimizing disruptions and maintaining a high level of operational continuity during this period.

We will be continuing to share insights on the law through our website and on social media.

Here for Our Community

This is an unprecedented time for all of us. In addition to pressing concerns about health and safety, people are facing significant challenges related to their businesses and commercial leases, employment, and their family lives. Many people are taking this time to think about their estate planning and to ensure that their affairs are in order. COVID-19 has also exacerbated many of the challenges facing separated parents.

We are here to help you navigate these challenges. We continue to offer comprehensive services across a range of business, personal, and family law matters.

Responsive Service

We may not be able to meet our clients in person, but our lawyers remain accessible through email, phone, and video conferencing. You can still depend on us to answer your questions and provide clear guidance.

The courts and regulatory authorities of British Columbia are continuing to release decisions and clarifications regarding processes that have been impacted by COVID-19, such as the virtual signing of affidavits. Across the province, courts and regulatory tribunals have altered or suspended their regular operations. We are following these developments closely.

If you have any questions or concerns about how this may affect your legal requirements or business needs, please speak with your regular lawyer at North Shore Law.

We’d like to thank our clients for their continuing confidence in North Shore Law and to our lawyers and staff for their unwavering dedication to providing high-quality service.