Meet Attorney Lisa A. Schlitzkus an experienced divorce and car accident attorney.
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As COVID-19 continues to spread, there's nothing more important to us than the well-being of our clients and employees. Our services are still up and running.
We consider Schlitzkus Law a sanctuary for our client’s and would never want to put anything above your health and the health of those around you.
Please do not hesitate to reach out with any and all of your questions and concerns. We are available through
Phone at (386)-438-5544
by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
through our website at www.lisaatlaw.com and
and on Instagram @schlitzkuslaw
PHONES. We continue to be available by phone. No question is off-topic or too small. If you call and no one answers, we recommend sending an email requesting a return call so that we do not miss your request. We will return your call. (Since we may be working from home, you might hear kids and/or dogs). We're here for you. We will continue to keep you updated on any changes that may occur.
CONSULTATIONS and PHONE CONFERENCES are still available and we will be happy to set up a personal or telephone, face time or Zoom appointment for you.
COURT PROCEEDINGS. Due to a mandate by the Supreme Court, many court proceedings are being postponed or held by telephone or through various other systems such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom. If you have an upcoming court proceeding, we will contact you directly as soon as we know whether the proceeding will go forward, will be postponed, or will be held via an alternative method such as those described above.
DOCUMENT REVIEW. If we are drafting documents for you to review and execute, if needed or requested we will use email and will set up a telephonic meeting with you in order to make any changes to draft documents and set up an e-signature process.
To you and your family, may you all be well. Please take good care of yourself and your loved ones. Stay safe. Stay healthy. Be patient and kind.
Lisa A. Schlitzkus and staff