My attorney said we have an in person court date next week. I don’t want to go to court in person. My matter has (unfortunately) been pending for quite a while and we have been lucky enough to have all of our dates virtual. What has changed? Why do I have to spend more money on my attorney for something that I think we can do online?
The virtual court dates have certainly been great for many people. However, now that COVID-19 is less of a concern to the general public, the courts have moved back toward making most matters in person. There are some exceptions for certain court dates. Additionally, some judges/courts are still open to virtual appearances if you ask. Just ask your
attorney if that is a possibility for you and he or she may be able to file a case flow request to accommodate your requests. Good luck with your matter!
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