Potestivo & Associates, P.C. is committed to providing you the best possible legal services in Michigan and Illinois. In response to the outbreak and spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), our firm is anticipating that local government agencies, municipalities, courthouses and/or sheriff’s departments may suspend various operations which could impact the foreclosure, bankruptcy, eviction, title resolution, loss mitigation and litigation matters we handle on your behalf.
With that in mind, we want to provide a means for continued updates of these locations as announcements and changes occur.
As of March 13, 2020, we have been notified by the following agencies, municipalities, courthouses, and/or sheriff’s department of operational changes/closures:
- Muskegon County – the Muskegon County Courthouse will be closed from March 16, 2020 to April 6, 2020. Any scheduled sales in Muskegon County will need be adjourned for 45 days.
- Roscommon County – there will be no Foreclosure Sales for 45 days. Any scheduled sales in Roscommon County will need be adjourned for 45 days.
- Wayne County Circuit Court – Except for limited circumstances, Wayne County Circuit has suspended activities until March 30th https://www.3rdcc.org/press-releases/2020/03/13/state-of-emergency–covid-19-coronavirus
- Cook County Courts – All matters rescheduled and continued for a period of 30 days from the original scheduled court date
We will update the News section of our Potestivo & Associates, P.C. website http://www.potestivolaw.com/news/) as we are notified of any new closures. We will also send an updated blast weekly to keep you abreast of any new information we receive.
Impact and impediments to your specific loans will be communicated via our normal means of loan level communication, however, please feel free to reach out to our team directly should any questions arise or any additional information be needed.
Our team will continue to work diligently to ensure expectations surrounding communication, timelines, and accuracy continue to be met and exceeded.