Elder Law Section: Probate Court eFiling Standards (SEL200121)

January 21, 2020

6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Graduate Club

155 Elm Street, New Haven, Connecticut, United States

68 people have already registered for this event.

  • D. Jeanne Messick
  • Bruce Collins
  • James Hughes
  • James Young
  • Paula Sousa
  • Tanya Spurlin
  • Denise Lewis
  • Whitney Lewendon
  • Carmine Perri
  • Edward Lang
  • Jack Reardon
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  • Colin Gershon
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  • David Totman
  • Marilyn Toland
  • William Breg
  • John Bashaw
  • Wade Jensen
  • Christine Gonillo
  • Neal Bobruff
  • Norman Fishbein
  • Gayle Watterworth
  • Eric Leed
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  • Margaret Roraback
  • George Bickford
  • Debra Brown
  • Deborah Tedford
  • Gina Barry
  • Rudolf Kuss
  • Nicole O'Connor
  • Deborah Hadaway
  • Laurel Mangan
  • Joan M Emmet
  • Heather Dostaler
  • Stephen Keogh
  • Gerald Gallant
  • D. Jeanne Messick
  • Ellice Fatoullah
  • Mark Pancrazio
  • Thomas Robinson
  • Julia Paul
  • Robin Meggers
  • Georgia von Schmidt
  • Christine Tenore
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  • Scott Rosenberg
  • Karen Haley
  • Lisa Davis
  • Colleen Masse
  • Louis Crisci
  • Katherine McCann
  • Joan Wilson

If you were registered for the (cancelled) December meeting, please contact the CBA office to move your registration to this meeting.

Connecticut Probate Court eFiling Standards and Frequently Asked Questions


Heather L. Dostaler, Staff Attorney, Office of the Probate Court Administrator

Program Description

The Connecticut Probate Courts launched eFiling statewide on January 1, 2020. Attorneys who practice law in the Probate Courts are required to use the eFiling System. The program will highlight relevant 2020 Probate Court Rules of Procedure and eFiling Standards and answer Frequently Asked Questions about the new eFiling system.


Heather L. Dostaler has been an attorney with the Office of the Probate Court Administrator ("PCA") since May, 2015. Since joining PCA, Heather has taught a number of workshops relating to probate matters and is a member of the Probate Court Rules Advisory Committee. Previously, Heather was an associate attorney with Cicchetti, Tansley and McGrath LLP focusing on probate, drafting wills and estate planning, contracts, real estate and foreclosures. She graduated summa cum laude from Teikyo Post University and magna cum laude from Quinnipiac University School of Law. Heather is on the Board of Directors of the Waterbury Bar Association and a member of the Connecticut Bar Association.

CLE Credits

CT: 1.0 CLE Credits  |  NY: 0.0 CLE Credits

This meeting is open to Section Members and their Probate Paralegals.
Seating is Limited


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