Given the current pandemic involving COVID-19 most of Colorado’s Counties are focusing their resources and only handling emergency domestic hearings like protection orders and motions to restrict parenting time. They are still taking new case filing at this time, but action on them may be delayed. The Counties have vacated most family law hearings or switched them over to occur by telephone until either the middle of May 2020 or June 1, 2020, depending on the local county policy.
Here at the Hulse Law Firm, we understand that the current public health crisis does not pause your life and that legal issues continue to arise. Remember the Hulse Law Firm offers free initial consultations which can used to help guide you through these difficult times. We are currently doing these remotely and can facilitate them over the phone or some form of video conferencing. If you want to schedule a free initial consultation, please click HERE or call 720.773.2900.
Most Counties still have Court Resource Centers (Self-Help Center) available remotely as well and forms can be accessed at www.courts.state.co.us . Please note they are receiving a high number of calls and emails and are generally operating with a limited staff. Here are some details of those services for the various Denver-Metro Area Counties:
- Jefferson County: Resource Center is open and people are encouraged to email questions and contact information to 01Selfhelp@judicial.state.co.us. They may also call 720-772-2501.
- Adams County: Self-help Center: windows will be CLOSED to the public. All business will be conducted by: Telephone: 303-654-3555 or Email: email@example.com.
- Denver County: Self-help center is still open remotely. People may email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-606-2442.
- 18th Judicial District (Arapahoe, Douglas and Elbert Counties): All self-help centers are currently closed through April 10, 2020.