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Meghan Freed in Connecticut Law Tribune Article on Connecticut Transgender Discrimination

Meghan Freed was featured in a Connecticut Law Tribune article entitled “Transgender Activists Say State Anti-Bias Law Is Working.” According to the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, in…

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Supplemental Needs Trusts for Special Family Members

One major concern for families who have a family member with special needs is what happens to that person when his or her primary caregiver or advocate, often a parent…

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Training, Tax Credits and Loans for Connecticut Small Businesses

The Connecticut Department of Labor has announced that it is holding three Step Up Employers Conferences, all free of charge, to provide information to Connecticut employers interested in learning more…

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Freed Marcroft Lawyer Quoted in Connecticut Law Tribune Article on Post-DOMA Litigation

Meghan Freed was featured in a Connecticut Law Tribune article entitled “DOMA Decision Brings Wave of Litigation Involving Same-Sex Partners.” While the United States Supreme Court’s overturn of a portion…

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Meghan Freed Receives CWEALF “40 Women for the Next 40 Years” Honor

On Thursday, May 15, 2014, Meghan Freed was recognized by The Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund (CWEALF) as one of  “40 Women for the Next 40 Years.” The “40 Women for…

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Removal Proceedings Can Be Reopened In Same-Sex Marriage Cases

Immigrants with a removal order are now eligible for relief based on their same-sex marriage to a U.S. citizen. At the April 10, 2014 American Immigration Lawyer’s Association/Immigration and Customs…

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Divorce and Marriage-Based Green Cards

What happens when two of Freed Marcroft’s practice areas, family law and immigration, intersect? We assist binational couple clients in obtaining permanent residence status (commonly referred to as “green cards”)…

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Pet Trusts in Husky Country

Pet Trusts in Husky Country

Our pup, Daphne, is a fixture in Freed Marcroft’s office and has so many opinions of her own that she is even on Twitter at @thatlawyerdog. As a dog lover…

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Meghan Freed to Participate in Hartford County Bar Association Seminar on Social Media

Meghan Freed will be a panelist in a seminar the Hartford County Bar Association is presenting tomorrow, April 8, on how lawyers can use social media to enhance their marketing…

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WNEC Law School Prof and GLAD Transgender Rights Project Director to Speak

Jennifer Levi, GLAD Transgender Rights Project Director and WNEC Law School professor will speak at the Connecticut Bar Association – LGBT Section’s February meeting this Thursday in New Haven. Professor…

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