We are closely following Hurricane Dorian’s projected path. All three states in our service area (GA, NC, and SC) are under a state of emergency. For the most up-to-date information on this week’s court dates and possible cancellations, as well as office closures, please check back. We will continue to update this page as more information is available.
If severe weather impacts your area and courts are closed or delayed, we will contact the clerk of courts after they are open and reschedule your cases for the first available date. Please allow us ample time (2-3 business days) to do this after the courts have reopened, especially if multiple counties are affected. We will work as expeditiously as possible, but depending on the severity of the impact on our states, it could take several days to reschedule things because the courts are overwhelmed with phone calls and communications. Once cases have been rescheduled, we will update the eviction portal and the system will send out email updates that night.
Please keep an eye on social media alerts from your county officials regarding county closings. Also, you may visit the links below for Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina to see if anything has changed. We will send out email alerts and update our website as well. Please be safe!
Georgia – https://bit.ly/34g3tRt
North Carolina – http://www.nccourts.org/News/Advisories.asp
South Carolina – http://www.scemd.org/closings