rabbee: well you do not need an attorney, anywhere in the many states to file court papers. and you just can't file on line, without cvt training. you are required, to take some classes first. and there is also a fee, for filling on line also. nor can you access, your case docket without certified training. and your still going to have to pay court costs, for filling any civil papers.<quoted text>
You dont need an attorney in CT to file for you. You can file directly online in a matter of moments.
filling on line, only gets thing started with court docket number and court date. and you still need to, show up for the hearing. which means you are going to need, to know a little bit about court procedure too. and althout most judges, will give you leeway in pro se litigations but not necessarily all. and also may be require, you to post a legal notice of intent in the media too.
and i still say, it is advisable to consult with an attorney. the advice from an attorney, could save you a lot of time, money and heartache. even if an attorney charges you,$150 to scan over your docs. it could save you, a lot more in the long run.