Scroggins law Group, PLLC Covid-19 Update

Scroggins Law Group is operating at 100% and is here to help you and your family during these troubling and confusing times. Luckily, SLG has always invested in technology and has had the ability for attorneys, paralegals and staff to work remotely for years. With the advent of Covid-19, SLG has increased those capabilities by adding other platforms for videoconferencing and secure data transmittal. We are available to meet with you via telephone or videoconference at any time.

It is also important to know that the courts are open and conducting business, although not as usual. Most of the courts are only handling ?essential? matters during this public health crisis. From a family law perspective that generally involves child endangerment matters or family violence. Other ?non-essential? hearings are being pushed into April or May or are being determined by submission. While the courts in different counties are similar in what they are addressing, there are differences. That is why it is imperative to speak to an attorney if you or your family need help.

So, if you, your family or someone you know needs assistance with any child custody, divorce, family violence or other family law related matter, please reach out. As always, we are here to help.

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