Meghan Freed

Requests for Admission and Divorce

There are three main ways to divorce in Connecticut, mediation, collaborative law, and litigation. Both mediation and collaborative law are forms of ADR.

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Don’t Mistake Truth for Weakness; It’s Strength

Here’s what you want that you may not know you want.  You want a lawyer with the courage to tell it to you like it is, and the courage to leave it all on the mat for you regardless of what you decide. Most people don’t work with lawyers all the time – so they’re…

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DIVORCE: THE FINAL OPTION

Divorce often happens in years 6 to 10. research finds year 8 to be ordinary. In the 50s, it was called “The Seven Year Itch’. If your relationship is struggling in these years, it is an ordinary development. I can’t say that enough. It is ordinary to struggle in years 6 to 10 because all…

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Employees taking ownership of the Work with Meghan Freed and Kristen at Freed Marcroft

Fast-growth companies want employees to take ownership. It is not enough for employees to get the work done. They want them to feel like owners. This is a common theme across many companies. Employees taking ownership maximizes the customer experience. Today’s guest is Meghan Freed, attorney, and co-founder at Freed Marcroft. Inc Magazine ranked her…

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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 dispute resolution, including arbitration and mediation, is a graduate of Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation, and has supplemented her formal legal education with advanced training…

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What is Divorce Pathways to Resolution?

In 2021, the Connecticut Judicial Branch launched a new process for divorce and family law matters, which they named divorce “Pathways to Resolution.”

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What Is a Case Date?

A “Case Date” in Connecticut family law cases is a hearing before a judge to address various motions. Typically, they address temporary, or pendente lite, motions.

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Arbitration & Divorce

There are three main ways to divorce in Connecticut, mediation, collaborative law, and litigation. Both mediation and collaborative law are forms of ADR.

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Later-in-Life Divorce in Connecticut

Later in life divorces often occur after a marriage has lasted decades, possibly 30, 40 years, or more. Generally, the longer the marriage, the more intertwined the finances, …

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ADR & Divorce

There are two main ways to think of how ADR is most commonly used in Connecticut. Either a form of ADR is used for (1) the approach to the divorce itself, or it is used as …

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