IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, STAUBUS & RANDALL HAS POSITIONED ITSELF TO CONTINUE TO VIGOROUSLY REPRESENT OUR CLIENTS WHILE WE NAVIGATE THIS EVOLVING CRISIS.
Staubus & Randall, LLP has taken additional precautions to protect the health and well-being of our clients and our team. We are dedicated and fully equipped to continue to provide aggressive, high-quality legal services to all of our clients during this crisis.
One hundred percent of our attorneys and paralegals are equipped to work remotely, and are fully reachable by our clients in a secure environment. We are still open and our phones are answered by our receptionist from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Below is a list of FAQ’s while the Dallas County Shelter-In Place Order is in effect.
Question: Can I consult with my lawyer regarding my case?
Yes. Staubus & Randall attorneys are equipped to work remotely with full access. They are available by video conference or by teleconference.
Question: Are court hearings affected by the County Shelter-In Place Orders?
Many Texas Courts are rescheduling their dockets, particularly for non-emergency probate proceedings. Some courts are allowing uncontested hearings by video and teleconference. Several of the Probate Courts have remained open for live hearings on emergency matters, including emergency temporary guardianships, emergency temporary administrations, injunctive proceedings, and other emergency matters. If you have a probate matter currently scheduled with a Court, or have an emergency which you believe may require an emergency hearing, please speak with your attorney to check on the current court policies and how this will affect your case.
Question: Is my lawyer available to answer questions and work on my case?
Yes, although we are working remotely, we continue to be fully open and your case will continue to receive our full attention. You can call, email, or videoconference with your attorney during the Shelter-In Place Order.
Question: Can I consult with a Staubus & Randall attorney regarding a new probate, trust or guardianship litigation matter, or regarding estate planning which I need to complete?
Yes, please contact our main number and our receptionist will connect you with the appropriate attorney.
All of the attorneys and staff at Staubus & Randall hope you and your loved ones remain safe during this challenge. In the meantime, we are committed to working with you to provide the highest level of estate litigation and estate planning services in a safe and comprehensive way, tailored exclusively to your needs. If you have any questions please call us at (214) 691-3411.