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*Updated: March 30, 2020, 10:00 a.m.

From the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania:

April CLE Compliance Deadline extended to Aug. 31, 2020 (3.19.20))››

Press Release: PA Supreme Court Closes Courts to Public Statewide (3.18.20))››

Order from Pennsylvania Supreme Court (3.18.20))››

Updates from Berks County Courts and AOPC

Emergency Motions Procedures for Week of March 30 (3.30.20)››

PBA Board of Governors Endorses Remote Notarization Legislation (3.27.20)››

Dependency Court - Administrative Order (3.27.20)››

Public Access to Courthouse - Administrative Order (3.27.20)››

Employee Access to Courthouse - Administrative Order (3.27.20)››

Magisterial District Judge System Restrcitions Extended - Administrative Order (3.25.20)››

PFA hearings deemed Essential Services - Administrative Order (3.23.20)››

AOPC Statement in RE: to Gov. Wolf's Order (3.20.20)››

Declaration from President Judge Parisi - Judicial Emergency until April 14 (3.17.20)››

Berks County Courts - Administrative Order (3.17.20)››

Law Library Closure - Administrative Order (3.18.20)››

Domestic Relations Section - Closure (3.18.20)››

Family Court Division - Administrative Order (3.17.20)››

Orphan's Court Division - Administrative Order (3.17.20)››

 

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Have you just been served with a complaint seeking to foreclose on your home or to change the child custody arrangement or to evict you from your apartment?  Or are you considering bankruptcy?

You need to consult with an attorney.  Our members are skilled attorneys who can fight for your rights, draft valid legal documents and stand by you in the courtroom.  Don’t be misled by television ads for online legal forms.  Notaries and petition preparers cannot give legal advice or accompany you to court.  And “do-it-yourself” law is a fast lane to disaster.   Our members know Pennsylvania law, are available for personal consultations and are accountable to you. 

If you feel overwhelmed looking for the attorney right for you, go here for more information on what the Berks County Bar Association can do for you.

Foreclosure Mediation Program Continues

The Berks County Bar Association, in conjunction with the Berks County Courts and Neighborhood Housing Services, have created a program by which those threatened with the loss of their home can seek relief. The program began January 1 and is continuing.  Those served with a complaint in a consumer debt or home mortgage case may take advantage of the program.

Read More› for a description of the program.

The program is also explained on a recent "Ask a Lawyer" television show. Go here to view the program. As of July 16, 216 cases have requested to participate. Go here for a detailed update.

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