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These emergency orders have amended many procedures for Texas courts in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. These orders address: child possession schedules, court deadlines, service deadlines, statutes of limitation, and more. Check this page for details and to see the latest changes.
The Governor of Texas has temporarily "suspended certain statutes concerning appearance before a notary public to execute a self-proved will, a durable power of attorney, a medical power of attorney, a directive to physician, or an oath of an executor, administrator, or guardian." This suspension will remain in effect until it is terminated by the Governor or until the March 13, 2020 state-wide disaster declaration is terminated.