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Inclement Weather – Alexandria Division Closed Wednesday, March 21, 2018. March 21, 2018. Due to Inclement weather, the Alexandria Division of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia will be closed on Wednesday, March 21, 2018.


Sometimes I am reluctant to disclose my occupation because of the misconceptions many have about bankruptcy courts. However, that evening I was feeling at ease with the company, and I just blurted out "I work for the bankruptcy court." After it was established that I was the clerk of court, the lady from New York exclaimed, ...


A bankruptcy clerk refers to a person who is responsible for the management and safe keeping of the documents filed under a bankruptcy case or adversary proceeding. S/he is responsible for keeping a.


Mar 20, 2017 ... Pay (fairly new company, so they were still averaging 4% pay raise a year in my dept), able to listen to music, great training.


Click here for current job opportunities with various court units. To submit a vacancy notice, click here. If approved for posting, it will appear within three business days. NCBC Board Of Governors Term 2018-2020. Nominations for NCBC Board of Governors Open Thru April 2, 2018. Click here for more information.


Jan 8, 2018 ... WOODSTOCK – The same day she filed to run for McHenry County clerk, Janice Dalton filed for bankruptcy – a month after her husband accused her of misappropriating more than $30000 from his annuity fund, according to documents obtained by the Northwest Herald.


(a) Bankruptcy Dockets. The clerk shall keep a docket in each case under the Code and shall enter thereon each judgment, order, and activity in that case as prescribed by the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts. The entry of a judgment or order in a docket shall show the date the entry is made .