- Governor’s Stay At Home Order
- Essential Persons Information from Homeland Security
- Essential-Critical Workers Additional Information
- Interim Final Rule from the Small Business Administration
- SBA’s tool for finding eligible lenders near you
- SBA’s list of 100 most active lenders
- Small Business Administration’s overview of its programs and resources
- PPP Application Form
- Treasury’s PPP information sheet, its Overview, and the Interim Final Rule
- IRS answers in Frequently Asked Questions for Required Paid Leave
- Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act, Senate Summary of the CARES Act
- Department of Labor provisions summary
Firm Blog Posts
- Forgiveness and Audits of SBA PPP Loans
- Reopening Churches, Businesses and Nonprofit Organizations as Coronavirus Restrictions Begin to Lift
- Conducting Youth/Children Ministry in a Digital Age
- Online Meetings for Churches and Nonprofits FAQs
- Important Developments Implementing the CARES Act and FFCRA: How the PPP, EIDL, and Tax Credits are Impacting Businesses, Churches, and Nonprofits
- Important Developments Implementing the CARES ACT and FFCRA
- How New FMLA Changes and EPSLA Will Affect Churches and Nonprofits During the Coronavirus Outbreak throughout 2020.
- How CARES Act Impacts Small Businesses, Churches, Nonprofits and Individuals
- How to File for Government Help from the CARES Act
- Stay-At-Home Executive Orders: What Do They Mean and Don’t Mean for Your Church, Non-Profit, and Business
Firm Covid-19 Webinar
- Covid-19 Webinar featuring Managing Partner
- H. Robert Showers
- Pastor’s Video Conference – 4/01/2020
- CARES Act Webinar – 4/9/2020
Firm Covid-19 Statement
It seems that no part of our everyday life has been left untouched by the current effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Emergency actions taken by our Federal, State and Local governments are helping to flatten the curve of the virus and slow the spread of the disease in the United States. Most local court houses are operating in a limited capacity, so fewer court dates are going to be scheduled in the upcoming weeks.
We know that your legal matters will not disappear because of a pandemic, and we are here to continue to support and advocate for you. However, Simms Showers is taking precautions to protect the health and safety of our clients and employees. Over the next few weeks, our practice will be still be fully operational, with most of our employees working from home. We will still be accepting walk-in payments and deliveries, but we will be moving client meetings online to limit exposure to both our clients and our employees. If you are unable to meet online, please call our office (703-771-4671) to make alternate arrangements.
We truly appreciate your business and support during this difficult and ever-evolving situation. We will keep you apprised of our operations as the situation changes. Feel free to call our office (703-771-4671) with any questions or concerns you may have, and we will be happy to assist!