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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Blue folder With ZIKA Virus Diagnosis.

As you know, Coronavirus (COVID-19) is an emerging concern across the globe. Law Offices of Dulio R. Chavez & Associates is committed to the health and well-being of all employees and our clients. We are actively monitoring the continuing developments related to the outbreak with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization.

We can assure you that we have taken many steps to safeguard our business operations against an outbreak like this. Should the situation worsen in areas where our office is located, we are prepared to work exclusively from home and have the business systems and processes in place to keep operating normally.

Law Offices of Dulio R. Chavez & Associates is committed to provide uninterrupted service to the best of our ability. In an emergency situation such as mandatory government quarantines, business required quarantines etc.; we are prepared to meet your needs remotely. In the event of an emergency, please continue to use any of the below method that best suits your needs:


Lucy P. Chiang/ Office Manager/Hearing Representative: lucy@duliochavezlaw.com

Felipe Gonzalez/ Hearing Representative: felipe@duliochavezlaw.com

Lizbeth Orozco – Senior Paralegal: lizbeth@duliochavezlaw.com

Genesis Arguedas – Legal Assistant/Calendar Clerk: genesis@duliochavezlaw.com

Website: https://www.duliochavezlaw.com/
Phone: 626-357-3303
Fax: 626-357-8342

We value the health and safety of all our clients and community, please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or feedback.

Our office is temporarily transitioning to remote work for all of our employees on Friday, March 20, 2020. This change will present some challenges to our usual workflow, some foreseeable, and some not. One foreseeable challenge is that it will be extremely difficult to send and receive physical correspondence, whether through the United States Postal Service or by other private carrier. During our period of remote work, we will therefore transition all of our correspondence via email. We will continue to follow the same deadlines as set forth by the Code of Civil Procedure for physical correspondence, discovery, and pleadings. During the Coronovirus (Covid-19) pandemic, this office will be working remotely, not able to send physical mail as usual, and is therefore using only electronic mails. Please do not hesitate to email our office with any questions you have.
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