Filing a Case When the Courts are Closed

It may seem like strange times when the courts and other government agencies are closed. So what happens when the courts are closed and the deadline to sue expires. In this video we explain how the ordinary everyday court rules guide attorneys on how to deal with court closures. The Indiana Trial Rules tell us that if your statute deadline ends on a weekend or a holiday when the courts are closed, that the statute deadline is suspended or tolled, until the next day that the court is open.