ATG COVID-19 Updates banner

The ATG Family of Companies, while managing day-to-day operations under these unusual circumstances, is working to keep customers and employees healthy, safe, and informed. Please continue to check this page for updates, or join our list and receive updates via email. Thank you for your continued support. Feel free to Contact Us with questions or comments, we value your feedback.

4-24-20 REMINDER: ATG's Chicago (Loop), Gurnee, and Swansea offices are open by appointment only. All other ATG offices are open regular business hours with COVID-19 guidelines for health and safety in place. See Office Hours & Locations.

Quick Links - Click to Jump to a Section

ATG Notices Tutorials/CLE Programs COVID-19 Forms/Signs Industry Notices

[Last update: 11-16-20]


During COVID and Always slideshow link

ATG Notices

Back to top

Tutorials/CLE Programs

  • 4-28-2020: COVID-19 Options and Procedures When ATG Conducts the Closing | Illinois (0.75 MCLE) or Wisconsin (0.75 CLE applied for) - Featuring a Special Message from Our CEO
  • 4-28-2020: COVID-19 Solutions for ATG Agents that Conduct the Closings | Illinois (1.00 MCLE) or Wisconsin (1.00 CLE applied for) - Featuring a Special Message from Our CEO
  • 4-28-2020: Wet Ink Remote Notary Services Tutorial
  • 4-8-2020: DocuSign Tutorial — Create a DocuSign account and tag documents for your clients’ signature.
  • 3-31-2020: ATG's Town Hall — Operations During COVID-19 | Illinois (1.00 MCLE) or Wisconsin (1.00 CLE applied for)

Back to top

COVID-19 Forms/Signs

Forms

Signs

Back to top

Industry Resources and Notices

Industry Resources

Our national trade association, the American Land Title Association (ALTA), provides a wealth of helpful information, including these items from the ALTA COVID-19 Resource Center:

Related Closings, Reduced Services, or Cancellations

EDITOR'S NOTE: Please refer to ALTA's County and Recording Jurisdiction Operation Statuses and Closures for individual county information. ALTA will keep this spreadsheet updated but strongly recommends checking with each county office for the most current information.

Back to top