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Provencher & Flatt attorneys have counseled the Sonoma County community for more than forty years. Our hearts go out to all of our neighbors, friends, colleagues and clients. All too many have suffered incomprehensible losses. Our community’s recovery will be a long difficult process. We are here with you and we want to provide you with useful information. We are available to answer questions and provide information about the resources available.

 

 

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Insurance

If you do not have your insurance policy. Ask for it. If your insurance company does not provide it quickly, call the California Insurance Hotline at 1-800-927-HELP.

Read your policy. Insurance policies are complicated legal documents. There are many resources available to assist with the understanding of your insurance.

One free resource is United Policyholders whose mission is to be a trustworthy and useful information resource for consumers.
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Property Taxes

Property taxes must be paid even though the building has been damaged or destroyed. You may be eligible for relief. Visit this link »

Mortgage

You must still pay your mortgage but you may be able to defer payments. Contact your lender for more specific information.

 

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