COVID-19 Pandemic Response Information


The Court recognizes the need to assure the public is provided with information on procedures and processes that have been impacted by COVID-19. We have collected all administrative orders, notices, and other information that litigants, lawyers, and the general public need in order to conduct court business within the county's Courthouses. All information related to COVID-19 will be kept in one location on our website. 

The Court is cognizant of its responsibility to help prevent the spread of COVID-19; therefore, we ask that if any person is feeling unwell or has symptoms of COVID-19 which may include fever, chills, cough, difficulty with breathing, inability to taste or smell or others, please do not come to the courthouses. If you have a lawyer, please contact them to request that your hearing be rescheduled. If you do not have a lawyer, please contact the division in which your case is assigned and request a continuance. 

All members of the public including litigants and lawyers will be required to wear masks while in the courthouses. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you upon entry. Many hearings are still being held remotely. If you want that option, please convey that to your attorney or follow instructions that have been provided. 

You may also contact the Court Administrator's Office at (816) 881-3658 for assistance.


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