Connecticut Divorce Courts
In order to file for a divorce in Connecticut you must meet certain filing requirements for the court to have jurisdiction. The requirements to file in a particular Connecticut court will often pertain to the residency of the filing spouse, non-filing spouse, and/or the children.
In the majority of Connecticut divorce cases, the filing spouse files in the county where he or she lives.
The Connecticut court locations below are provided for informational purposes only. Before driving any significant distance to a courthouse listed below, you should verify the address in the blue pages of your phone book or by calling the courthouse and asking for the domestic relations or family law department. We do our very best to keep this information current and accurate, but courthouse locations do change.
Connecticut Superior Courts:
Fairfield County Superior Court - Bridgeport,
Fairfield County Superior Court - Danbury,
Fairfield County Superior Court - Stamford,
Hartford County Superior Court - Hartford,
Hartford County Superior Court - New Britain,
Litchfield County Litchfield Superior Court,
1 Court St., Middletown, CT 06457
New Haven County Superior Court - Ansonia,
New Haven County Superior Court - Meriden,
New Haven County Superior Court - New Haven,
New Haven County Superior Court - Waterbury,
New London County Superior Court - New London,
New London County Superior Court - Norwich,
Tolland County Superior Court - Tolland,
Waterbury Judicial District,
Windham County Superior Court - Danielson,
Windham County Superior Court - Putnam,
Windham County Superior Court - Willimantic,
Willimantic Superior Court,
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