Delaware Courts are in Phase Two of the reopening plan as of June 15, 2020, allowing the public to return to court facilities. Learn more about the public reopening plan.

For the latest on the Delaware Judiciary response to COVID-19 – and for contact information for each court during this emergency – please visit The Delaware Judiciary Response to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) page.

For information on Family Court’s Standing Orders, Frequently Asked Questions, and information related to the impact of the COVID-19 State of Emergency on custody/visitation orders and parent education classes, please visit the Family Court’s COVID-19 Information and Resources page.

Zoom Instructions & Materials

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 Please fill out and submit the Contact Information for Remote Hearing form to request participation in your upcoming hearing by phone or video.

Delaware Family Court is now holding virtual hearings to increase the safety of our communities and to increase access to justice. A virtual hearing is held online. A virtual hearing can be accessed on a computer, tablet, or cell phone. If you do not have access to a camera on your device, you may be able to call into your hearing by phone. A virtual hearing is just like a regular in-person hearing. Please make sure that you are in a quiet place for your hearing, are dressed appropriately, and are using a device that is fully charged with a strong internet connection.

Below you will find several guides to help you log into your virtual hearing. To see more training guides and videos, please visit the Zoom Training web page .

Zoom Instructions & Materials
Sharing Your Screen and Annotation
Testing Microphone and Camera
Zoom Cheat Sheet for Litigants and Stakeholders

Zoom Instrucciones e información

 Por favor complete y envíe el formulario de datos para una audiencia remota para participar en su audiencia por teléfono o video.

El Tribunal de Asuntos de Familia de Delaware ahora conduce audiencias remotas para tratar de proteger a los miembros de la comunidad y ampliar el acceso a la justicia. Una audiencia remota se hace por internet y se puede acceder por computadora, tableta o teléfono celular/móvil. Si no puede usar una cámara con su aparato electrónico, es posible que pueda llamar y participar en su audiencia por teléfono. Una audiencia remota es igual que una audiencia regular en persona en el Tribunal, por lo tanto debe asegurarse de estar en un lugar sin ruido, vestirse bien, usar un aparato cargado o con pilas y tener una conexión fuerte de internet.

Abajo encontrará guías de ayuda para unirse a su audiencia remota. Para ver más instrucciones y videos, por favor visite la página web de entrenamiento de Zoom .

Zoom- Instrucciones e información
Como compartir su pantalla y hacer anotaciones
Instrucciones principales
Prueba de micrófono y cámara