Freed Marcroft Raises Over $7,000 for ACLU in 1 Day on Heels Of Trump Immigration Executive Order

  On Sunday, January 29, 2016, Freed Marcroft issued a statement and a matching challenge with respect to President Trump's Executive Order on Immigration and Refugees. "One of the practice areas of which we are most proud is our international divorce and custody practice. Through it, we have had the privilege to meet people of tremendous hope and patriotism. Many of them are people of considerable talent Read More

Freed Marcroft Adds Collaborative Divorce Leader Attorney Lisa Cappalli, Expands to New Haven County

Freed Marcroft is pleased to announce the firm’s physical expansion into New Haven County. We are even more pleased to announce that Attorney Lisa J. Cappalli is joining us as Of Counsel on February 1, 2017. Since the early 90s, Attorney Cappalli has employed her considerable skill, patience and calm demeanor to help hundreds of couples divorce with dignity through mediation. Attorney Cappalli was also among the Read More

Meghan Freed Selected to Panel on Law Practice Business

Meghan Freed will be part of a HCBA-sponsored panel discussing how they run their law firms. The practice of law in a private firm involves more than just being a smart attorney. Meghan, along with attorneys Dara Goings, Sarah Poriss, and Anthony Natale discuss the everyday business challenges of building and running a law firm practice. Click here for more information (and if you're an attorney, register to Read More

Meghan Freed Interviewed by GOBanking Rates

Attorney Meghan Freed was among the attorneys interviewed for this article on who can access which bank accounts during marriage and divorce, or when one spouse dies. Click here to read the article. Read More

Meghan Freed featured in Avvo article “Do You Need a Divorce Concierge?”

Meghan Freed was featured in Mary Fetzer's recent Avvo article about divorce concierge services. A divorce concierge doesn’t replace the need for a divorce attorney, but it can make ending things a whole lot easier, especially in states where the dissolution of a marriage can involve complicated procedures.  While attorneys' talents and fees may be best used on legal work, a concierge can help you set Read More

Fundraising Challenge by Freed Marcroft Spurs Influx of Donations for Hartford’s Winterfest

A number of individuals and organizations were inspired to contribute to a fundraising campaign to save Hartford's Winterfest after Freed Marcroft offered to match individual contributions up to $2,000.00 last weekend. The challenge raised an additional $9,670.00 for the program, which was previously funded by the City of Hartford. We're very proud to have inspired so many to give. Thank you to all who donated, Read More

Meghan Freed featured in Avvo Article “Do Couples Who Toke Together Stay Together?”

Freed Marcroft attorney Meghan Freed was featured in a recent Avvo article on the benefits and detriments of marijuana use on relationships. Author Elizabeth Weiss discussed several relationship benefits, including anxiety reduction, trust building, and fight prevention. Meghan spoke to the potential financial and legal downsides: There’s also a potential money issue. Depending on the enthusiasm with which a couple Read More

Meghan Freed featured in MSN/Redbook Magazine Article “10 Surprising Relationship Tips Divorce Lawyers Wish You Knew.”

Meghan Freed gave one of the ten tips featured in MSN/Redbook Magazine article "10 Surprising Relationship Tips Divorce Lawyers Wish You Knew." Her tip: Meghan Freed, co-founding attorney at Hartford, Connecticut-based Freed Marcroft, LLC, says two words create the most arguments at her practice: 'always' and 'never.' "Many people will say that their spouse 'never' listens to them," she says. "That statement Read More

Meghan Freed interviewed by Avvo on Divorce Issues Faced By Same Sex Spouses

Meghan Freed was one of the family law attorneys interviewed by Avvo for the article How Same-Sex Divorce Differs From Regular Divorce. Meghan commented both on issues that arise in property division and with respect to child custody. Meghan Freed, attorney with family law firm Freed Marcroft in Hartford, Connecticut, agrees. “The real issue is that some same-sex couples were in lengthy partnerships before they Read More

Meghan Freed to Co-Present Session on Emerging Divorce Law Issues at Annual CBA Conference

Meghan Freed and Seth Conant will co-present “The New Age of Divorce: Emerging Law Issues and Awareness” at the Connecticut Bar Association’s annual Connecticut Legal Conference. The session will address how, in understanding the emotional aspects of divorce, lawyers can help educate and assist clients to determine the most appropriate approach to divorce, taking into consideration the individual client’s interests Read More