Update: April 2, 2020
We understand that many of our clients are struggling to cope with many issues during this COVID-19 pandemic. We are in the process of adding information on vital resources that are available to you and your family during this challenging time.
Click here for our list of resources.
We will be adding more resources to our website as they become available, so please check back often. If you know of a resource that you think we should add to our list, please feel free to Contact Us to let us know.
Update: March 19, 2020
To our clients:
As the situation continues to progress with the Coronavirus/COVID-19, we at Infinitum Legal Counsel are taking steps to further ensure everyone’s safety and health, and to work to honor and serve the needs of the greater community and the most vulnerable. For these reasons we are putting in place the next level of safety measures consistent with the orders from Governor Inslee, and the recommendations from the Dept of Health.
The following changes will begin March 19, 2020 and continue until further notice:
All currently scheduled in-person meetings are being rescheduled by phone or video conference via Zoom. This includes new and current client meetings. If you have a meeting scheduled, you may expect contact from our staff in the immediate future
Simple instructions for participating in Zoom conferences will be provided to you in advance. Zoom connects to all smartphones, laptops, PCs, and tablets without cost to you or commitments to Zoom. The Zoom download is free and easy. Downloads may be needed for some smart devices.
There will be no “drop-in” meetings or document drop-offs at our office.
Documents can be emailed to our office, sent via US mail or fax (253-248-6248), or uploaded through the MyCase Client Portal.
All further communication will be by phone, email, text message, MyCase Client Portal or by Zoom as needed.
Court emergency protocols are rapidly changing and the majority of our hearings, trials or other types of court appearances have been affected by these changes. If you have a hearing or other court appearance scheduled, you can expect an email from us notifying you of any changes to when or how your matter will be heard and if your appearance is required.
We will consider individual accommodations on a case-by-case basis for those with special needs or emergency matters.
We understand that many of you are concerned or have questions about the status of your cases and we are working to get information out as soon as we can. We appreciate your patience during this time.
For our dependency clients: If you are unable to access court-ordered services or visits due to coronavirus/COVID-19 closures or changes, please notify our office as soon as possible. We are working with DCYF and providers to find out what alternative accommodations may be available to our clients to prevent/minimize interruptions in services and visits.
It is our hope that these measures will not last long, but for now, they will remain in place until prudent and responsible to change them. This is a time when we all must work together to protect our community, our loved ones, and especially our most vulnerable.