Here at Gottlieb, Johnston, Beam & Dal Ponte, PLL, we pride ourselves on being Zanesville’s largest full-service law firm. For over 50 years, our attorneys have earned a reputation for providing trusted, expert legal services to our community and its businesses. This is why we’ve pieced together a list of resources to help those we serve navigate the changes in our lives due to Coronavirus.
As we have grown, we have also made it our business to care about the clients, people and communities we serve. We have never—nor will we ever—lose sight of what’s important and that’s all about the health, stability and success of the people and places surrounding us.
Today’s world has brought us COVID-19. It has temporarily and undoubtedly changed how we all function, operate and go about our personal and work lives.
Today, people meet by video, rather than in person.
Today, people nod their heads and stay more than six feet away from one another on the sidewalk, rather than stopping, shaking hands and talking for a bit.
Now, we talk to loved ones by phone or through a window, rather than bringing in a plate of food or to share a hug.
And yet throughout all of these unbelievable and extraordinary changes, the one thing that has not changed—nor will it ever change—is our ability to be of the utmost service and support to you.
Legal Resources for Covid-19
Here, we are happy to share several Coronavirus resources that will help you to better navigate and understand what’s happening across our state, as well right here in Zanesville and within the communities and areas that surround us.
Ohio Department of Health
Learn more about what Ohio, overall, is doing to monitor, address and combat COVID-19, provide economic resources for individuals and families, how to talk to your kids during this time, and how you, too, can jump in and help out your fellow Ohioans.
Here you may access the most recent information, statistics and facts on COVID-19 in our community.
Morgan County Courthouse
Click here to learn more about how to access the courthouse, phone numbers, how the courthouse is treating specific cases and more.
Ohio State Bar Association
The Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA) is a voluntary professional association open to any person who has been admitted to the practice of law. Click here to access the OSBA’s COVID-19 Resource Directory, which includes guidance for law offices and courts, the latest in legislative developments and all new orders from the office of Governor Mike DeWine. You may also learn more about how surrounding counties are addressing COVID-19:
The United States District Court – Southern District of Ohio
With offices in Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton, the USDC is providing new ways to access information about general orders, local rules, forms, fees and payments, electronic case filings and more.
Hopefully, these resources can help you to better navigate any law and/or court-related questions you may have during this time.
Even through this difficult time, we are continuing to accept new clients. However, to stay safe and adhere to social distancing guidelines, we are scheduling appointments by phone and can conduct appointments via videoconference when needed.
As always, should you have any questions related to personal injury, social security disability, business law, family law, real estate, DUI and/or wills, trust and estates, we are happy to speak with you. Feel free to contact Gottlieb, Johnson, Beam & Dal Ponte, PLL, today.