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The Divorce Process During the Covid 19 Pandemic
The Divorce Process During the Covid 19 Pandemic

As of right now, 4/1/20, the courthouses in Placer, Sacramento, and El Dorado, the counties in which most of my clientele are located, are postponing all but the most essential hearings/proceedings regarding divorce and family law cases. The Court’s are still open to address ...

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    As of right now, 4/1/20, the courthouses in Placer, Sacramento, and El Dorado, the counties in which most of my clientele are located, are postponing all but the most essential hearings/proceedings ...

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