SWFL COVID-19 related updates re: business, family, personal injury & estate law
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Aloia Roland is ready and equipped to serve you through this trying time. We've assembled dedicated teams to address some of your greatest needs and created a resource guide in order for you to rebound after this pandemic passes. Learn more.
Available resources for businesses impacted by COVID-19
A portion of the CARES stimulus package is known as the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”), and provides low interest loans to small businesses adversely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic, and the resulting economic shutdown.
This $350 Billion Fund has been set aside to help businesses maintain cash flow and payroll to prevent or limit employee layoffs. Presently, the PPP provides financial resources for just over four (4) months’ (2/15/20 to 6/30/20) of certain operating costs (payroll; rent; insurance; utilities, etc.).
Google trends recently revealed "getting a will" has become widely searched on the web. Our very own Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning expert sat down to provide tangible insights during this unprecedented time in our history. Watch his video now.
At-home risks from COVID-19 shut-ins
"As a result of school closures, we’re seeing countless children and teenagers out riding around neighborhoods and everyone needs to be extremely cautious especially during these times." Our personal injury attorney, Evan Lubell shares his advice. Learn more.
Best practices for parents with shared custody
Be honest about the seriousness of the pandemic but maintain a calm attitude and convey to your children your belief that everything will return to normal in time. Read more.