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Literally standing by to take your calls. Evictions are starting up again. Executions are starting up again (on wages, bank accounts, etc.) and tax foreclosure are NOT subject to [the mortgage] moratoriums. 203-713-8877 📲 ORDER Consistent with Governor Lamont’s Executive Order 7OOO, effective September 2, 2020 there is no further stay ordered on the issuance...
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Chief Court Administrator Patrick L. Carroll III said, “As we continue expanding the scope and volume of cases being handled by the Branch, I wanted to let you know that four additional courthouses will be opened to staff on Monday, August 31, 2020 and to the public on Tuesday, September 8, 2020.” These Locations are:...
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Unless otherwise ordered by the Court in your particular case… Foreclosure Auction Committees are set to start work today on Auctions scheduled for Saturday, October 3, 2020. Strict Foreclosure Law Days remain set for Wednesday, September 9, 2020. There has been no announcement as to when the Foreclosure Mediation Program will start up again. Lastly, the moratorium on...
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This is the first of a multi-part series on how federal courts are working to recover from the COVID-19 crisis. Chief Judge James K. Bredar will wear a plastic face shield and sit behind plexiglass when jury trials resume in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland. For more than 230 years, the...
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Between September and June of each year, the Supreme Court hears oral arguments on pending cases in eight two-week terms in the Supreme Court courtroom located at 231 Capitol Avenue in Hartford. Oral arguments are open to the public and you are invited to attend. The proceedings in the Supreme Court differ from the trial...
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Budget. A word many of us cannot stand and something we often think just doesn’t fit into our reality. Well, today, all that can change! Having a strong budget is not out of reach! Budgeting is the answer. Let me set the record straight. Here’s the truth. Budgeting is not a bad thing! So, stop...
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A “Case Date” is a new type of court event in family cases. It is designed to help cases proceed efficiently and effectively. Purposes of a Case Date You may be familiar with the previous “family short calendar” process. Under that process, on a given day of the week dozens of pending cases were called...
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In honor of National Connecticut Day today, we are sharing with you affordable Connecticut Activities for 2020. Since everyone’s summer plans and vacations have gone out the window…….what is there to do? Well, in fact, there is plenty to do right here in our little state. Although many people went months without a steady income...
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What is the biggest misconception of filing an Estate tax form with the probate court? There are two main questions: What is an estate tax, and who pays that bill? The majority of people filing an estate tax return with the probate court are doing so without an attorney and don’t know where the money...
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– Immediate stay on the service of all issued executions on evictions and ejectments through September 1, 2020. – All Judgments of Strict Foreclosure entered in matters with law days prior to September 9, 2020 are opened by the Court for the sole purpose of extending the Law Day in those matters to September 9,...
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