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What Types of Divorce Are There in Connecticut?

You or your spouse is considering divorce, and you’re wondering: “What types of divorce are there in Connecticut? What are my options?” Read on to learn about the types of divorce available in Connecticut: mediation, collaborative divorce, and litigation. CT Divorce Types There are three basic divorce options available in Connecticut. They are mediation, collaborative divorce, and litigation. Our divorce

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Best of Hartford Best Law Firm 2018 – This One’s For You!

Freed Marcroft is honored to have been voted Best Law Firm in Hartford in the Best of Hartford Magazine 2018 Reader’s Poll for the fourth consecutive year. We love the work we do because we get to help people begin living the lives they previously had …

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Freed Marcroft Named One of the Most Innovative Office Spaces by Hartford Business Journal

We love our office in downtown Hartford, located in the historic Linden building. Meghan and Kristen built this office as an extension of their home, and their love of the city. Not a day goes by that a visitor doesn’t compliment the space to Robin. He …

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What Should I Expect at My Initial Child Custody Consultation?

What Should I Expect at My Initial Child Custody Consultation?

The idea of an initial child custody consultation with a family law firm gives most people some degree of anxiety. Below we will explain what you can expect at your Goals & Planning Conference – that’s what we call our initial consultation – to help reduce your stress a little and get you mentally prepared. Having a sense of what to expect tends to make us feel better, and we hope that it makes you feel calmer

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Meghan Freed & Kristen Marcroft Interviewed for Super Lawyers® Magazine as Five Freed Marcroft Attorneys Named to 2017 Super Lawyers® Lists

Kristen and Meghan were recently recognized by New England Super Lawyers® magazine for their hard work and dedication to LGBT family law. The article details their investment and dedication to the legalization of same-sex marriage in Connecticut and be …

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What Will My Child Custody Attorney Ask Me?

When you are preparing to meet with a custody lawyer, it’s very normal to wonder: “What will my child custody attorney ask me?” Read on to find out. Your Child Custody Attorney Should Ask What You Care About the Most The most important thing that your divorce and child custody lawyer should want to know is what you want. Each person and family is unique. You want to find a child custody attorney whose legal

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Fundraiser For Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury in Honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Freed Marcroft is proud to sponsor a fundraiser to benefit Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury, Inc. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence: Domestic Violence affects 1 in 3 women in

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How Do You Add a Name to a Birth Certificate?

Sometimes a parent will wonder how to add another parent’s name to a birth certificate. The answer depends on your particular situation. Read on to learn more. Married Parents and Birth Certificates If parents are married at the time a child is born, the law presumes that both spouses are the baby’s parents and both will appear on the birth certificate. Non-Biological Married Parents and Birth Certificates If

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