Things are tough right now. And for those of us who’ve survived abuse, the ups and downs from the news and politicians can reactivate those old feelings of not being in control. So much feels unpredictable there’s no doubt. If you’re like me, you may go to your old coping place when you’re feeling stressed. For me, it’s to lose my appetite. For other people I know, it’s to drink or stay in bed. Do you join me in not only feeling that social distancing is not only oxymoronic, but it’s hard af?! Oh, the days of face-to-face meetings with the team and hugging our clients after getting that Order of Protection!
We asked some of our team members to share the things that are making them feel better right now. If you have tips, send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet/insta @cagoldberglaw.
I feel my best when I’m working on something (and often that something is a lawsuit).
Really though, continuing to do work for our clients is keeping us sane and busy. And we’re so damn grateful for it.
Sure, court dates are getting rescheduled, but let’s face it, there will be some a-holes who take advantage of our law enforcement system being under stress, and now more than ever, we need to fight them off. So, we’re here (working from home offices). Open. We will get through this all together by never straying from the way.
Our phones remain open as usual (646-666-8908) and our intake team is ready to help! If you have any questions, or want to get in touch outside of office hours, do not hesitate to contact us through the form on our website
We promise to try to keep you up to date with what’s happening in the court system, stay tuned to our blog and social media for more info.