Critical Information During COVID-19
- Custody and Visitation Recommendations During COVID-19
- Your Stimulus Money
- The Courts Are Closed. Now What?
COVID -19 Response and Court Links
Stay Safe. That is first and foremost. Many of you will need help with issues related to lay-offs, such as spousal support and child support. Safe visitation exchanges under local "stay home" orders may also need to be discussed with your attorney.
The COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) pandemic continues to present significant challenges and disruptions in family law cases in Greensboro, the Triad, and in North Carolina as a whole. We urge each of you to follow the directives of government authorities and take precautions to minimize your risk and your family's risk during this most difficult time. Legal services in Greensboro have been declared by our local government as essential services under our local stay home order(s).
Woodruff Family Law Group is open for business. We're serving clients by telephone, video chat and conferencing, and other methods such as email. Woodruff Family Law Group is closely tracking the evolving public health and community concerns related to COVID-19. Please know that we care about you, and we are taking all available steps to remain accessible to our clients as we continue to act in accordance with the best interests of our employees, our clients, and our community as a whole.
Here are some frequently asked questions. Free to reach out to any of us by email or at (336) 272-9122 for assistance with your legal matter. We are taking new clients at this time.Is our Office Currently Open During Normal Business hours?
Yes, we have limited staff at the office, and we have employees who are working remotely. We are working with clients remotely.When and how can I Contact You?
Our switchboard is open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Monday through Thursday and 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Friday. These are the hours we've been working for years. These hours have not changed.What Video Chat Platforms do You Offer for Clients?
We are regularly using GoToMeeting and Zoom. If you have another program that you would like to use, we will look into using it to accommodate you.Are You Accepting new Clients?
Yes. Our initial consult team is intact and working to serve you, and your family law needs in this crisis. Call 336.272.9122 and follow the prompts for “initial consult.”How can I get Updates Regarding the Status of my Case or Legal Matter?
Your best way to get information would be either to call your lead counsel at 336.272.9122 at his/her extension number or to email your lead counsel.Are the Courts of law Still Open in the Triad in North Carolina?
Most courts are closed except for emergency proceedings, such as 50Bs. The court is working to reschedule matters and your lead counsel will advise you of when you need to be in court.Will Scheduled Depositions, Mediation, or Arbitration, or Settlement Negotiations Occur as Planned?
These can occur remotely with video conferencing. Please consult your lead counsel for your options.
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