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What Happens To Your Case When Courts Close?

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court just issued an order closing all courts in Pennsylvania until June 1st. Regardless of how long the courts are closed in Pennsylvania, your case can and should still move forward.

Complaints and lawsuits can be filed electronically. If your case is already in litigation, your lawyers can schedule depositions, court hearings, and a lot of work can still be done. In fact, in the order of the court, required lawyers to use electronic and remote options, and if they don’t or they’re unwilling to, they better have a good excuse. I hope that helps.

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