COVID-19 Virus Update from Menar & Menar

COVID-19 Virus Update from Menar & Menar

The team at Menar & Menar hopes that we all remain healthy during this Covid-19 crisis. Therefore, although our offices are open to assist you during this time we are trying to avoid in-person contact as much as possible. Please feel free to schedule telephone and video conferences in regards to your new or existing matter. Otherwise, we are answering, receiving, and reviewing any and all electronic communication. As our existing clients know, throughout the years we have progressively moved our practice to rely heavily on electronic and phone communication. Therefore, we are in excellent condition to continue our work during this time. If you need an appointment please contact us by telephone at 732-227-1188 or email at

Thank you,
The team at Menar & Menar

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