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COVID-19 Update – San Luis Obispo County Superior Court

Mar 23, 2020 | Child Custody, Child Support, COVID-19 Pandemic, Divorce/Marital Dissolution, Domestic Violence, General Family Law, Uncategorized

San Luis Obispo County Superior Court has announced additional changes to court operations that will affect those planning to visit.

The following information originates from a San Luis Obispo County Superior Courts Press release issued on March 20, 2020.

March 20, 2020, Press Release — San Luis Obispo Superior Court

Effective Monday, March 23, 2020 through April 10, 2020:

  • The Paso Robles and Grover Beach courthouses will be closed entirely, including closure of the exterior drop-boxes. No operations will occur at these facilities.
  • The San Luis Obispo Courthouse Annex will be closed except for matters on the Court’s calendar. Entrance to the San Luis Obispo location will only be available on Monterey Street. The Palm Street entrance will be closed.
  • Due to significantly reduced staffing, remote options including contact by telephone will now be reserved for critical and essential court business only.

Visit the Court’s COVID-19 Information page for further detail regarding the Court closure.

The attorneys at Drury Pullen, A Professional Law Corporation are available to assist you with your family law needs during this unprecedented time.  Please call us 24/7 at (805) 879-7523 and leave a message if you do not reach a live person.  Calls will be returned as they are received.  You are also welcome to email us at [email protected]  We remain available to our clients and community with remote services such as court filings, negotiations, mediation and ex parte (emergency) hearings.  Please follow us on Instagram @CaliforniaDivorce and come back to this blog for more information.

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