On May 26, 2020, San Diego courts will resume services. However, the city is not opening its court houses. Documents will be able to be e-filed or dropped off. Ex parte and emergency matters will continue to be heard.
Family law cases that were missed or are currently scheduled will be reset by the court for a remote hearing using Microsoft Team, which is a free service. Unless you need to obtain a restraining order or have another emergency case, it is best to avoid the courthouse for now.
The San Diego court houses will have triage teams and clerks at or near the front door allowing people to drop-off documents or request documents. Social distancing and face masks will be required. If you are allowed into the courthouse, your temperature will be checked and you will need to be wearing a mask or face covering.
Please check the court website or contact a local attorney for any questions you may have. Attorney Andrea Schneider is working and available for your family law and criminal defense needs.
Click here for information regarding San Diego’s courts. It is updated on a regular basis with new changes based on COVID-19 guidelines in our area.
Click here to learn more about the services that are currently being provided by the court.
Visit this link for court information that is specific to family law and how current family law child custody orders are to be carried out.
Contact The Law Offices of Andrea Schneider at (619) 304-8499 to request a consultation and learn more about what we can do for you during this difficult time.