Setting Up A Video Conference Via Zoom
Our Staff is Committed to Serving Our Clients During this Time
Now that the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has forced us all to switch up our approach to everyday life, we would like to inform you that our dedicated and experienced lawyers at Losavio & DeJean, LLC, The Louisiana Elder Law Firm are still here to serve all of your legal needs in a manner that allows you practice social-distancing.
Our friendly staff is equipped to assist you via Zoom if you need to update your estate plan, Medicaid plan, retirement tax plan, or any other important legal matters while the “Stay at Home Order” is in effect. If you have any questions about drafting a will, establishing a trust, or asset protection during this time, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We will gladly help you get Zoom installed on your device so that you are ready for our scheduled appointment time.
FAQ: How to Use Zoom
Question #1: What is Zoom?
Zoom is an audio/video communications service that people can use instead of in-person meetings. Zoom allows users to conduct video conferencing, online meetings, chat, and mobile collaboration from the convenience of their home and other remote locations. Losavio & DeJean will be using Zoom’s software so that we can hold private consultations and appointments at any time via computer, smartphone, or tablet.
Question #2: How Do I Download Zoom on My Computer?
For computer users, please click here to download Zoom. Our staff will provide you with the meeting ID. Once you enter the meeting ID, a file will download to your computer. Click on the file and install the launcher.
If you are having trouble with the installation process, you can watch this video tutorial from Zoom.
Question #3: How Do I Download Zoom on my Phone or Tablet?
If you want to use your phone or tablet for your consultation, then go to the app store on your device and download the Zoom Cloud Meeting app. Our staff will provide you with the meeting ID. Press “Join a Meeting” and enter your meeting ID. It’s that easy! If you need help, please call our office and we will be glad to assist you.
Do you have more questions about estate planning or using Zoom to set up a video conferencewith our lawyers? Then please call our law firm today at (800) 835-5864 to speak to a friendly member of our legal team.