In these times, everyone needs to take responsibility for “flattening the curve”. We are concerned about all our clients and all our employees. We are also concerned about the affected members of our community and all their devoted caregivers. Further, we are experiencing our own personal responsibilities of furnishing help to our families.
In short, we expect to be working remotely with reduced hours for an unknown span of time. Thus, the pace of our work will inevitably slow.
Before this crisis, we had been working successfully through emails, electronic transmission of documents, and phone calls. We will continue to receive client payments for services through electronic check or other means.
We expect to receive regular postal mail, as well as shipped and tracked packages, no less than three times a week.
Your work will be processed in the order it was presented, as fast as practicable.
Meanwhile, the courts have essentially shut down. Beginning March 16, the clerk’s office is closed. No new cases can be filed. All pending matters are set over without specified dates assigned. The only exception is one assigned judicial officer for selected concerns will assist in Domestic Violence and Civil Harassment Restraining Orders and emergency Conservatorship appointments.
We ask everyone to adopt patience and a high tolerance for any unintended delays.