As the country continues to reopen and tries to recover and move forward while still dealing with the effects of the coronavirus and the havoc it has wreaked on people’s personal and financial lives, folks in here in Georgia aren’t shielded from any of life’s realities which still exist. And for people who are contemplating or going through a bankruptcy that truth is self-evident.
But the friendly and helpful experts at the Williams Litigation Group have been specializing in these types of cases for years. And even though Covid-19 may have thrown a wrench in the way the proceedings work, the law is still the same and these folks know the law. Here are a few things that have changed in light of the new court processes:
A Slow-Moving System Grinding to a Near Halt
As hard as it may be to believe, the onset of this pandemic may help with certain aspects of your bankruptcy case, particularly when it comes to time-sensitive issues or other aspects which normally function under very strict deadlines. The fact that allowances must be made where all of the necessary parties can appear at the same time through video conferencing or phone calls creates a little bit of leeway in scheduling and filing timelines.
Easier Court Appearances and Paperwork
As a result, everything from the client’s appearance in court to the various types of documentation and legal paperwork which must be filed has become somewhat more convenient. Instead of battling traffic and fighting through crowds you can now sit in the comfort of your own home or office and deal with all necessary appointments pertaining to your case.
Experienced and Professional Legal Help Is More Crucial Than Ever
As if bankruptcies weren’t difficult enough before, now with the global pandemic, creating new protocol and procedures for how and where these types of cases take place, it is now even more important to make sure that you are working with attorneys who are comfortable dealing with these issues in any setting.
The legal professionals at the Williams Litigation Group in Brunswick, Georgia have years of experience with bankruptcy law. This means they can practice it on your behalf in person, over the phone, as well as online and in video conferences.