To our clients and friends:

The global COVID-19 public health emergency continues to change the way we live, work and play. For us at Staack, Simms & Reighard, we have adapted our office to enable us to reopen for normal business hours (8:30am – 5pm). While some of us may still be working remotely off and on, we are always available in person – with appropriate safety measures in place, and via telephone, email and Zoom to meet our clients’ needs.

We wish everyone safety and health during this challenging time.

Sincerely,
James A. Staack
Managing Partner, Staack, Simms & Reighard, PLLC

Contact our firm at 727-441-2635

To our clients and friends:

The global COVID-19 public health emergency continues to change the way we live, work and play. For us at Staack, Simms & Reighard, we have adapted our office to enable us to reopen for normal business hours (8:30am – 5pm). While some of us may still be working remotely off and on, we are always available in person – with appropriate safety measures in place, and via telephone, email and Zoom to meet our clients’ needs.

We wish everyone safety and health during this challenging time.

Sincerely,
James A. Staack
Managing Partner, Staack, Simms & Reighard, PLLC

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