COVID-19 continues to spread across the country and additional measures are being taken in the legal community to minimize the risk of the infection. Various state-level courts are implementing new rules and regulations to help flatten the curve. In turbulent times like this, it is imperative that attorneys and legal professionals continue to check in with their local courts to review any changes in procedure. Many courts have already postponed hearings and trials for extended periods.
Even though hearings and trials may be canceled, the legal system has not entirely come to a halt. Certain courts have extended their filing deadline to adapt to the needs of the filers. To avoid missing eFiling deadlines, the best practice is to assume all deadlines still apply unless directed otherwise by the court. If you have questions regarding the changes in rules, call your local court and ask to speak to the clerk or review the news updates on their website.
A common workplace change is law firms allowing their employees to work from home. CourtFiling.net will continue to function as normal and is accessible from any home office. As more employees work from home, do not hesitate to take advantage of our 24/7 live chat support function. If you are new to eFiling, please review our eFiling support articles and videos at https://www.efilinghelp.com/.
The CourtFiling.net team is happy to continue to provide you with all of our eFiling services. We hope you stay safe and healthy.
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