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How to stop COVID-19....from ruining your wedding.

Posted by Victor Kustra | Feb 02, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Coronavirus pandemic has turned our daily lives upside down, especially when it comes to large events. As if planning a wedding isn't stressful enough, couples all over Pennsylvania now have to deal with the complex and uncertain nature of statewide restrictions on indoor and outdoor gatherings. The gathering restrictions in place leading up to or at the time of your wedding can impact the ability of your venue, vendors, DJ, etc. to perform under the terms of a contract with you. While the existence of a Force Majeure (Act of God) Clause may contemplate certain situations (see Article specifically addressing Force Majeure during COVID), there are certain steps that you can take to make sure that you get the wedding you deserve, and to have options in the event that your vendors cannot give you what you are paying for.

Our attorneys have represented numerous couples in the greater Pittsburgh, PA, area in contract disputes related to large events. Even if you have already signed a contract, or several contracts, related to your wedding; don't panic. Our attorneys know the law, we know the statewide COVID-19 restrictions, and we will work with you to make sure that you are treated fairly leading up to your big day.

Check out all our COVID-19 resources here and if you have a question you don't see answered, contact us using the contact form on each page.

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This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.

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Victor Kustra

Vic Kustra is an Associate Attorney at GTN Law.

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