The new year took a bit to settle in for us here at Tritch Buonocore Law, but we are now starting to find our rhythm and the economy is looking hopeful. As 2021 began, I was recovering from Covid, but very blessed to not have severe symptoms and all of my family remained negative and symptom free. Thankfully our work schedule and then the holidays meant that I wasn’t around colleagues or clients.

As March begins, I continue to see encouraging signs from our business clients.  They started to engage in new business in the last quarter of 2020.  That trend has continued at our firm and we are adding new business clients each month.  I see that as promising news for this new year.

As our workload continues to increase, we are looking to add a new team member in the form of an experienced legal secretary.  I have also started actively looking for commercial office space to purchase to create a permanent home for the law firm.

In writing this newsletter, I have chosen topics that I have recently worked on either through continuing education or client matters.  For the newsletter, we are discussing the issues in general terms and providing a broad overview. I have chosen current topics that might impact a broad array of people and that you might find interesting to contemplate.

As always if you have any thoughts or comments on this newsletter, please reach out to me.  If you have any legal questions or needs, even if they are not related to estate planning, business law/corporate formation, deed preparation or probate/trust administration, please give us a call. It will give us an excuse to catch up; and if we cannot help, we will gladly refer you to another attorney or professional who can.

We hope that 2021 is looking promising for you!

Warm Regards, 
Margaret and the team

Margaret's Note: March 2021

By C. Margaret Tritch

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