The Reynolds Law Firm, PC
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Corvallis, OR 97330
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Office Safety Protocol

Posted by on May 15, 2020 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Office Safety Protocol

TRLF is committed to keeping our community transmission rate as low as possible. This means that we have implemented an office safety protocol that limits the number of people in the office to five at a time. This means a maximum of three staff people and two clients (by appointment only) and we are taking many other safety precautions. Our lobby is open from 8-4, Monday to Friday, and our phones are still answered 8-5:30. We are accepting new clients and serving clients remotely, appearing in court, and signing estate plans. Thanks to one of...

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Fraud Protection

Posted by on April 7, 2020 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Fraud Protection

Online hackers can ruin lives. In recent years, over two billion accounts have been hacked online annually. While this number does not only refer to bank accounts, those are certainly frequent targets. Unfortunately, there is no way to absolutely guarantee your accounts are safe from breaches. There are, however, a number of relatively easy measures you can take to make your accounts more secure. 1. Use Unique Passwords Do not use the same password on multiple accounts. If one of your accounts suffers a data breach, it will leave every other...

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Estate Planning: Advance Directives

Posted by on March 30, 2020 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Estate Planning: Advance Directives

No one ever plans to be sick or disabled. Yet, it’s this kind of planning that can make all the difference in an emergency. This type of planning shouldn’t be limited to who will inherit particular items or assets—you should also consider critical decisions that your family may face if you become too sick or disabled to make those decisions yourself. Your estate plan should include an advance directive, or written instructions that let people know what kind of care you want if seriously ill or dying and cannot express your wishes...

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COVID-19 Law: Employers

Posted by on March 23, 2020 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on COVID-19 Law: Employers

COVID-19 Law: Employers Must Provide Paid Leave to Employees The Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed into law on March 18, 2020. Importantly for business owners and employees alike, the new law requires certain employers to provide (1) extended absence and (2) paid sick leave to employees.  This new law comes as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which is rapidly changing the employment landscape. The law is not entirely clear with respect to enforcement and implementation, but this is what we know at this point: Families...

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The Reynolds Law Firm, PC

Posted by on January 13, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

At the Reynolds Law Firm, PC, we help clients navigate the legal system, mediate disputes, and prepare for their futures.  We are focused on what is important to you, whether we are representing you in a divorce, drafting a contract for your business, helping your nonprofit deal with financial improprieties, or planning your estate so your assets are distributed the way you want at the end of your life. Our staff cares about your case and strive to make your experience in our office as comfortable as...

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Mediation

Posted by on January 12, 2012 in Slider | 0 comments

Mediation

With Mediation, our goal is to assist you to most effectively, comfortably, and confidently represent yourself in mediation. In mediation, you will be making all of the decisions.

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Litigation

Posted by on January 5, 2012 in Slider | 0 comments

Litigation

The Reynolds Law Firm, PC, is committed to providing high quality, personalized representation for our clients. We encourage a collaborative approach, stressing mediation and negotiation whenever possible; but we provide tough, level-headed representation when cases are contested and litigation is required.

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Estate Planning

Posted by on October 25, 2011 in Slider | 0 comments

Estate Planning

  What is an estate plan? A properly prepared estate plan makes sure that you, your loved ones and your assets are cared for in case you should become disabled and when you die.   Do I need an estate plan? Having a plan in place ensures that your family and financial goals are met after you die.  A comprehensive and properly formulated estate plan can ensure that death taxes are minimized and that your loved ones are provided for, in the manner you choose. If you do not have a plan specifying what you want, then your assets will pass based on...

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Our Philosophy

Posted by on September 15, 2010 in Slider | 0 comments

Our Philosophy

With Mediation, our goal is to assist you to most effectively, comfortably, and confidently represent yourself in mediation. In mediation, you will be making all of the decisions.

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