(203) 713-8877
·
Email Us
·
Mon - Fri 9:00am - 5:00pm - Other hours by appointment

Category

News
The U.S. Trustee Program is extending the requirement that section 341 meetings be conducted by telephone or video appearance to all cases filed through October 10, 2020. However, if the responsible U.S. Trustee or case trustee determines that an in-person examination of the debtor is required to ensure the completeness of the meeting or protection...
Read More
On March 20, 2020, notice was issued that all Supreme and Appellate Court filings were suspended until further notice, consistent with Governor Lamont’s Executive Order, No. 7G. By order of the Chief Justice, effective June 10, 2020, the suspension that applies to Appellate filings March 20, 2020 through June 10, 2020 in cases pending before...
Read More
FORECLOSURE AUCTION SALES: All foreclosure sales scheduled prior to August 22, 2020 are cancelled in order to prevent a potential gathering of individuals at the auction site. Accordingly, the Court opened the judgments in these matters sua sponte solely for the purposes of setting a new sale date of August 22, 2020. The Committees are...
Read More
If you’re feeling anxious about your financial health during these uncertain times, you’re not alone. That’s why the three national credit reporting agencies are giving people weekly access to monitor their credit report — for free. This is some helpful news, because staying on top of your credit report is one important tool to help...
Read More
Bankruptcy Courts continue to be fully operational with electronic filings and telephonic hearings. If you are curious about qualification, reach out and I will test you for free. More and more State Courts are re-opening to the public and expanding services virtually using Microsoft Teams. Important foreclosure dates to remember: In general Law Days are set...
Read More
The FTC continues to seek out and warn sellers who peddle so-called Coronavirus treatments with no proof they work. If you see an ad that says a product can prevent, treat, or cure COVID-19, stop. Think to yourself: if there’s actually been a medical breakthrough, am I really going to hear about it for the...
Read More
What happens if the presumption of abuse arises? If the presumption of abuse arises, creditors may have the right to file a motion to dismiss the case under § 707(b) of the Bankruptcy Code. The debtor may rebut the presumption by showing special circumstances. What is exempt property? The debtor is permitted by law to...
Read More
Effective Monday, June 29, the Judicial Branch is targeting the resumption of limited operations in four additional courthouse locations: the Judicial District courthouses in Danbury, Milford and Stamford, and at the Geographical Area No.11 courthouse in Danielson. This expansion will bring the number of open courthouses to 17 –the Supreme and Appellate courts, 13 Superior...
Read More
Governor Lamont and Banking Commissioner Jorge Perez announced that over 45 banks and credit unions have agreed to extend their voluntary participation in the CT Mortgage Relief Program, which provides relief to consumers facing financial hardship due to COVID-19. The program, launched on March 31, 2020 and set to expire on May 31, 2020 will...
Read More
With 159 million Economic Impact Payments processed, the Internal Revenue Service reminds many low-income Americans who don’t usually file tax returns to register for a payment by October 15. Millions of low-income people and others who aren’t required to file a tax return may be eligible for an Economic Impact Payment and can easily register for a...
Read More
1 2 3 4 45