Connecticut Bankruptcy Courts (CT)

Discharge in the Connecticut Court and Public Record Access

The ultimate goal of all people who file both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 is an eventual discharge of liabilities. Toward this goal, each debtor must abide rules of court and applicable laws, rules, and procedures. The celerity of the Connecticut Courts remains infamous, if discovering willful misconduct. Intentional misrepresentations are dealt with harshly, as they should be, and may result, in addition to dismissals and fines, in incarceration for contempt of court. The terms of discharge require an astute eye trained on compliance with all court procedures to ensure the final hearing successfully eliminates liabilities.

Local Connecticut Bankruptcy Courts and Judges:

Connecticut Bankruptcy Court Divisions: Bridgeport, Hartford, and New Haven.

The clerk of the court is the custodian of all records, cases, and opinions created in the normal course of the administration process. For the laymen, many court orders and opinions may seem discursive, yet the court intends precise clarification of rights, duties and decisions in each case. Anyone may requesting specific documents from the clerks office. These public records are provided for review free of charge, and copies are available onsite for a nominal cost.