The Trustee’s Office Moves to a New Location in Connecticut

05 Mar The Trustee’s Office Moves to a New Location in Connecticut

The United States Trustee’s Office for operations in Connecticut has moved from its previous location at One Century Tower on 265 Church Street, New Haven to 150 Court Street in the Giamo Federal Building. Bankruptcy examinations for the New Haven and Bridgeport courts have also moved with that office to the new location. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New Haven is a short walk through the government complex courtyard to 157 Church Street on the New Haven Green. (On a historical note, the Federal Courthouse was the location of the Amistad mutiny trial featured by Steven Speilberg in his 1997 movie.)

Note that since the Giamo Federal Building houses other Federal Offices including the IRS and Social Security, it is a secure site subjecting you to search of personal belongings and requiring you to pass through metal detectors. As a result, if you are heading the U.S. Trustee’s office in New Haven leave ample time to find a parking spot and to pass through security.

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