A New Haven bankruptcy attorney with more than four decades in the field has resigned from the bar amid allegations of mishandling several thousand dollars in client’s funds. Peter Ressler, a partner with Groob, Ressler & Mulqueen in New Haven, submitted his written resignation from the state bar on March 18, and he also waived the privilege of applying for readmission.

Ressler, who has been practicing since 1973, is scheduled to appear in Superior Court in New Haven for a hearing and formal court acceptance of his resignation on April 7.

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