Handling all Emergency Hearings as it Relates to Emergency Domestic Relations Cases and Criminal Bond Hearings
During the Coronavirus Emergency the Courts in Virginia are limiting the court functions to Bond Hearings, Emergency Protective Orders, and Emergency Domestic Relations Cases.
The Extended Judicial Emergency is in effect from April 6th through April 26th.
“I have a bond hearing in Virginia” is a common request we hear from clients during the Coronavirus Pandemic. We are open and conducting bond hearings even though the Virginia Courts are closed due to the COVID-19 Judicial Emergency.
We are the lawyers for Emergency Protective Orders in Virginia. Domestic violence is on the rise because of the Stay at Home Order and the stress caused by layoffs and uncertainty because of the Coronavirus crisis. We are open even though the Virginia Courts and many law firms are closed due to the COVID-19 Judicial Emergency.
On March 16, 2020, the Chief Justice, having received a request from the Governor pursuant to Va. Code § 17.1-330, entered an Order declaring a judicial emergency, recognizing the need to protect the health and safety of court employees, litigants, attorneys, judges, and the general public. After careful consideration and review, the Justices of this Court hereby unanimously ORDER that the declaration of judicial emergency be in effect and continue beginning April 6 through April 26, 2020, for all district and circuit courts of the Commonwealth.
DURING THESE TRYING TIMES DURING THE CORONAVIRUS HEALTH CRISIS WE AT RANDALL PAGE LAW WILL REMAIN OPEN AND READY TO SERVE YOUR LEGAL NEEDS.
THOUGH THE COURTS ARE CLOSED WE WILL STILL BE CONDUCTING BOND HEARINGS, APPOINTMENT OF COUNSEL AND ALL EMERGENCY HEARINGS.
IN ADDITION, WE WILL BE AVAILABLE TO EXECUTE WILLS, POWERS OF ATTORNEY, AND ANY OTHER LEGAL NEED.
WE WISH GOOD HEALTH TO YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES AND WILL BE HERE DURING AND AFTER THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS TO SERVE YOU.