COVID-19 Update: We are open and serving our clients
Tenn And Tenn is taking a proactive approach to the Coronavirus Pandemic. We understand the need to protect our employees and our clients and also recognize how important it is that we continue to provide quality services to our new and existing clients.
At the present time, NH Governor Chris Sununu has Ordered all non-essential businesses to keep workers out of the workplace and has asked all NH residents to stay home. However, we are still actively accepting new clients and cases and continue to work on existing cases throughout the crisis. Our telephones are being answered, messages are being returned and our team is responding to our client’s needs. Telephonic conferences are available as are other video conferencing services when necessary.
Currently, all Courts in NH are closed to the public except to address emergency matters. We are currently working with the system to continue to keep our client’s cases moving forward toward appropriate and effective resolutions. We recognize the past few weeks have been challenging and uncertain days are ahead of us. However, we remain here for you and are committed to providing unwavering services to our new and existing clients.Is your office currently open?
The attorneys at Tenn And Tenn, PA are working and continue to provide important legal services to our clients. Our offices are closed to the public, and when possible, work is being completed remotely.When and how can I contact you?
Clients and potential clients should continue to call the office at 603-624-3700. If your attorney is not immediately available, please leave a message and your call will be returned.What video chat platforms do you offer for clients?
Tenn And Tenn, PA has the technology in place to meet with clients in Zoom meetings and through other virtual platforms. Of course, if an in person meeting is required, please contact our office and speak with one of the attorneys who can determine if an in-person meeting will be possible at that time.Are you accepting new clients?
Yes. At Tenn And Tenn, PA, we recognize that legal services are essential services, and necessary to help protect people and secure justice. While we are finding new ways of working with our clients and harnessing technology, we know that it is critical for clients and potential clients to address their legal concerns now and not let important matters wait indefinitely.How can I get updates regarding the status of my case or legal matter?
Corona Virus hasn't stopped the phones. Clients should continue to call the office and speak directly with their attorney if they have any questions or concerns about their case. Our attorneys update clients and are regularly in touch regarding the status of cases and other developments.Are courts of law still open in my area? Will my court date be rescheduled? What if I can't come to court because I'm sick or quarantined?
Governor Sununu declared a State of Emergency in New Hampshire on March 13, 2020. Shortly thereafter, on March 26, 2020, Governor Sununu issued and Emergency Stay At home Order, Emergency Order #17, directing all businesses and organizations providing "non-essential" services to close their physical workplaces until May 4, 2020.
The New Hampshire State Courts are open during regular business hours and processing cases; however, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, public access to courthouses has been restricted.
Only persons filing for emergency relief or who are scheduled for in-person court proceedings may be admitted to a courthouse at this time. Any person seeking admission to a courthouse will be screened for COVID-19 and must observe social distancing to the extent reasonably possible.
Importantly, the Courts are holding in-person hearings only in essential. All other in-person hearings have been suspended per emergency order of the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
You may check the NHJB COVID-19 Response page for updates on current Court operations.Will scheduled depositions, mediation, arbitration, or settlement negotiations occur as planned?
Work for our clients is on-going, and the lawyers at Tenn And Tenn, PA are preparing to go forward with mediations and other settlement negotiations in cases as scheduled. However, every case is unique, and should contact your attorney at Tenn And Tenn, PA if you have any question about the status of events scheduled in your case.