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What To Expect at Your Family Law Strategy Session

At the Goals & Planning Conference, we talked about what's going on in your life right now and developed your initial goals for what you want your life to look...
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Effective Communication With Your Legal Team & Scheduled Calls

One of the most -- if not the most -- important keys to a successful working relationship between an attorney and a client is effective communication.  We have designed your...
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Mandatory Disclosure and Production in Connecticut Family Law

Mandatory Disclosure and Production is one of the earliest stages of discovery in many Connecticut family law matters.  It is a part of multiple types of family law matters, including:...
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Key Things to Know About the Financial Affidavit

The financial affidavit is one of the first, and most important, pieces of discovery in Connecticut family law. It is used in all types of family matters, including: Divorce Custody...
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Understanding amicable divorce with Meghan Freed

Naja chats with Attorney Meghan Freed. Meghan is Managing Co-Partner of Freed Marcroft, a Connecticut law firm that devotes its practice exclusively to divorce and family law. Meghan is particularly experienced with alternative...
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What’s the Connecticut Divorce Parenting Class Requirement?

Many people involved in a divorce, separation, or custody matter wonder whether Connecticut has a divorce parenting class requirement. The short answer is yes, Connecticut requires parents to take a...
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Attorney Meghan Freed Wins Connecticut Law Tribune Small Firm Innovator Award

Attorney Meghan Freed, Managing Co-Partner of Divorce & Family Law Firm, Freed Marcroft, received the Solo/Small Law Firm Innovator Award for 2021 from the Connecticut Law Tribune. In a virtual...
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Understanding the Limitations of a Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreements enable prospective spouses to decide and delineate, prior to marriage, their rights and obligations if their marriage ends – either because of the death of one spouse or...
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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...
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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...
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