horra family law during covid 19

What to do when Covid19 interrupts your legal proceedings: A notice from Horra Family Law

Dear community and clients,

At this time, we recognize that family law matters continue, regardless of the state of the world. We are committed to helping our clients in whatever capacity we’re able to while we are self-isolating.

Our firm is working remotely from home and if you find yourself in need of a consultation, we can accommodate you via email, Zoom, or telephone for your convenience, to comply with self-isolation precautions.

We also recognize that self-isolation can make domestic matters worse. Our FREE initial consultations are still being offered, also via Zoom, or telephone. Please fill-out our online form HERE so we can get that set-up for you as soon as possible.


Our office is currently closed due to Covid-19 but we are assisting clients the best we can remotely during normal office hours. We will be trying to return all correspondence within 24 hours.

If urgent please contact us via email at ritu.horra@horrafamilylaw.com or reena.horra@horrafamilylaw.com.

General inquiries can go through our “Contact Us” page HERE.

Court applications:Although the courts are closed, all clients will be contacted when the courts are back in session. Until then, we advise that you contact us to obtain legal advice and continue to document your legal matter. If you would like to read more about the suspension of Ontario Superior Court of Justice during Covid-19 please click HERE.

However, there are a few things you can do during this time:

1. Stay healthy by washing your hands and using hand sanitizer when stepping out for
essential services. Remember to also sanitize groceries when bringing them into the
2. Adhere to the child custody schedule that was in place before Covid-19, otherwise it may
affect your situation.
3. Document any situations that you feel you might need legal advice for.
4. Feeling anxious? Stay calm and set-up a call with a psychologist if needed for yourself
or your children.

Ritu and Reena Horra