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Legal help and resources during the Coronavirus crisis.

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Only a few state courthouses are operating and their business hours are limited. You may only enter an open courthouse if you are involved in a criminal arraignment or other criminal proceeding, filing or have a hearing for a Temporary Restraining Order or Civil Protection Order, or filing or have a hearing on an emergency motion for things like a temporary child custody or lockout case.

This article answers some commonly asked questions about education during the Coronavirus crisis, and includes information for parents of students who get special education services.

Get the latest information for Connecticut residents on the COVID-19 outbreak, including checks from the government, court access, DSS benefits, health insurance, drivers's licenses, housing, foreclosures, immigration, utilities, unemployment, and more.

The COVID-19 crisis exposes the many gaps in protections for low wage workers, the elderly, persons with disabilities, and others who are economically disadvantaged. Connecticut’s legal services organizations are working to ensure that our client communities do not shoulder increased risk, bear extra burdens, experience discrimination, or get left out of supportive measures. Here are our collective calls for action.

Delays in education are going to be inevitable. Families should consult their school district's website. Districts are putting distance learning into place as quickly as possible, but it may look different in each district.

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Only a few state courthouses are operating and their business hours are limited. You may only enter an open courthouse if you are involved in a criminal arraignment or other criminal proceeding, filing or have a hearing for a Temporary Restraining Order or Civil Protection Order, or filing or have a hearing on an emergency motion for things like a temporary child custody or lockout case.

This article answers some commonly asked questions about education during the Coronavirus crisis, and includes information for parents of students who get special education services.

Get the latest information for Connecticut residents on the COVID-19 outbreak, including checks from the government, court access, DSS benefits, health insurance, drivers's licenses, housing, foreclosures, immigration, utilities, unemployment, and more.

The COVID-19 crisis exposes the many gaps in protections for low wage workers, the elderly, persons with disabilities, and others who are economically disadvantaged. Connecticut’s legal services organizations are working to ensure that our client communities do not shoulder increased risk, bear extra burdens, experience discrimination, or get left out of supportive measures. Here are our collective calls for action.

Delays in education are going to be inevitable. Families should consult their school district's website. Districts are putting distance learning into place as quickly as possible, but it may look different in each district.