COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Supreme Court of Illinois issued guidelines for the closing of courthouses for all cases except essential legal matters.   Most court hearings in Kane County may now be attended remotely via video or phone using the Zoom platform.

 

If you currently have a court matter with Donat & Donat, P.C. and have questions about your next court date, please contact us at kate@donatlaw.com or office@donatlaw.com.  If you are not yet represented by Donat & Donat, P.C. but have questions about a court matter, please contact us to discuss.

 

Evictions:  As of October 3, 2021, the Governor's eviction moratorium has been rescinded, allowing both eviction actions to proceed and enforcement of court orders to be enforced. The end of the Illinois moratorium coincides with a similar rent moratorium established by the Centers for Disease Control.

Though the moratorium is over, landlords and tenants can still take advantage of various rent relief programs through IDHA and other relief organizations.

 

Foreclosures: Foreclosure matters resumed June 1, 2020. Some, but not all, foreclosures are stayed due to COVID-related holds related to the C.A.R.E.S. Act. Contact Donat & Donat, P.C. if you have questions about your particular case. 

 

COVID-19 Related Hardship: If you experienced a financial hardship due to the pandemic and have questions about your rights and responsibilities, please contact Donat & Donat, P.C. to discuss your options.

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