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How Courts, Attorneys, and Clients Absorb the COVID-19 Coronavirus Impact

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What are Essential Hearings and Matters and How are Courts Operating?

CPS cases, criminal cases, and such, are essential matters. Typically under the current situation, the courts are hearing cases involving family violence, protective orders, and temporary restraining orders. These essential hearings are currently being done by Zoom, although some counties like Dallas County are doing things differently Mark explains that procedures are changing quickly.

Yes, You Can Still File for Divorce and Modification Cases During COVID-19 Coronavirus Outbreak

Mark explains that during the COVID-19 Coronavirus shelter in place, and stay at home orders, you certainly can still begin a divorce case or modification, or new custody case. Everything you could do before, you can still do now, it just may require a more virtual process.

See the full video interview on the Scroggins Law Group website: COVID-19 Coronavirus Impact on Divorce and Child Custody

For a consultation for divorce, family law, child custody, and related issues call Mark L. Scroggins at Scroggins Law Group in Dallas, Frisco, and Plano, Texas at (214) 469-3100.