Law office of Stephanie Adams talks: Covid-19 Q&A
2 p.m. on Fridays, online
Will the court be open to help me enforce my order of protection?
I don’t believe my workplace is essential, but I have been directed to report to work. What should I do?
My son had to leave college. Will he have to make payments on his student loans? Does he get a refund of his meal plan?
Did they really relax the overnight parking rules, or am I going to get a ticket?
Is it really legal for my neighborhood restaurant to be selling margaritas to go? I could use one right now.
Do you need these and other questions answered, as COVID-19 and the response to it continues to change our daily lives?
The Law Office of Stephanie Adams, PLLC (LOSA), offers a free weekly online Q&A, providing guidance and up-to-the-minute information on our ever-changing situation.
Readers are invited to submit questions about COVID-19’s impact on workplace matters, public and higher education, court and government regulations, and new and temporary changes to the law to email@example.com by noon on Wednesday. At 2 p.m. on Fridays, Stephanie “Cole” Adams will answer questions via Facebook live on the LOSA page.
These online question and answer sessions are not legal advice; we provide guidance on how to get the best information regarding legal matters at a time when those matters are changing rapidly.
Questions should relate to general applications of the law, not a specific legal need. If you have specific legal needs and do not have an attorney, please consult the Erie County Bar Association lawyer referral service.
Stay healthy, and we will talk to you soon, from all of us at the Law Office of Stephanie Adams.