As a result of the CARES Act, many businesses have received funds through the Paycheck Protection Program. As businesses continue to struggle as a result of COVID-19, many owners may be wondering if creditors can garnish their Paycheck Protection Program funds.
As businesses slowly begin to reopen across the country, it finally seems as though there may be a light – though still distantly – at the end of the tunnel. While we seem to still be a long way away from returning to “normal,” the start of businesses reopening signals at least a financial shift.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is affecting families across the nation. Many municipalities are shutting down schools to prevent the spread of the virus. While you and your kids might be stuck at home, you can still have fun as a family without breaking the bank.
While our staff and attorneys are based in New York, Tayne Law Group P.C. serves clients from across the country! Whether you prefer to talk on the phone, schedule a video call, or want to come into one of our New York locations, our staff and lawyers are here to answer any of your questions.
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