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  • Can I attend a Bankruptcy Court hearing by telephone? Alaska

    Attendance of hearings by telephone is a privilege which is generally permitted unless another party objects. Individuals wishing to appear at a hearing by telephone must notify the In-Court Clerk's Department at 271-2655, ext 2640 at least 3 days before the hearing to request telephonic attendance. When asking for a telephonic appearance, a party must provide the clerk with the case number, day and time of hearing, and a contact phone number where the party can be reached.
    If you make arrangements to attend a Bankruptcy Court hearing by telephone, you must be available for that hearing at the phone number you provided to the clerk, at the time the hearing is scheduled. The court will not attempt to reach you for the hearing more than once, and will not tolerate being put "on hold." Telephonic attendance is a privilege and the court will not delay the proceedings if there is a problem reaching you at the time the hearing is scheduled.
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