At Bush & Heise, we are committed to servicing your case as much as ever. Although courts may be closed and the world seems to be changing at an ever present rate, we still have tools to ensure that your divorce, custody, paternity or estate planning matter can move forward. We are adapting to the changes and taking all steps to make sure that our level of service is not altered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Please know that to the extent applicable, we can take the following steps on new and existing cases:
Initiate divorce and parentage cases; File motions and pleadings seeking relief; Obtain court dates after May 18, 2020; File emergency motions (if the circumstances call for same); File Petitions for Orders of Protection; Initiate and respond to discovery; In some cases, conduct hearings and pre-trials with the Judges remotely; Participate in mediation electronically; Negotiate settlement agreements with opposing counsel; Enter Agreed Orders which become immediately enforceable; Enter Judgments for divorce; and Actively work on estate plans, will or trust modifications
While the current state of national health emergency continues to evolve, rest assured that our level of commitment to our clients remains unchanged. Please reach out if you have any questions or would like to schedule a phone or Zoom (video) consultation.