How to Have a Good Divorce

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You know you want to move on, but you want to move on well.  You’re looking for a divorce you can be proud of, that is respectful to the marriage you had, to your spouse, and to your children.  You’re looking for a divorce that sets up a positive future. Read on to learn how…

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How to Divorce

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You or your spouse is considering divorce, and you’re wondering how to divorce. The answer is unique to every person, couple, and family — but what is consistent is what you need to think about to choose the best way to divorce for you.  It boils down to just two things: What Types of Divorce (i.e.…

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Divorcing a Narcissist

Tips for Divorcing a Narcissistic | Connecticut Divorce Law

When divorcing a narcissist, you will likely be very concerned about how a narcissist will handle — and impact — your divorce. Dealing with a narcissist — whether you’re married, divorcing, or divorced — can take a toll.  But there are strategies and professionals available to help you.  We work with many clients with narcissistic…

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What I Ask of You in 2021

I love a competition.  Doesn’t matter the prize.  Kristen says “just give her a sticker.” In January 2019, two years prior to this writing, I committed to completing every Monthly Challenge on my Apple Watch for the entire year.  (That’s correct.  It need not be an actual sticker.  A virtual sticker works just well.  Wind…

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How Do I Handle a High Conflict Spouse During Divorce?

How Do I Handle a High Conflict Spouse During Divorce in Connecticut?

It’s not uncommon for one spouse to be low conflict and the other spouse to be high conflict. How do I handle a high conflict spouse during divorce — whether you’re married, divorcing, or divorced — can take a toll.  But there are strategies and professionals available to help you. Read on to learn how…

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High Conflict vs Low Conflict Divorce

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Many people wonder whether their divorce will be high conflict or low conflict. Read more about high conflict vs low conflict divorce. At least some amount of disagreement is likely between divorcing spouses, but most divorces are not high conflict.  In fact, the vast majority of no-fault divorces — even litigated divorces — start and…

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Lessons from the Deep

Meghan took a SCUBA certification course last week. It started – thankfully – in a six foot deep pool and ended – a bit terrifyingly – in a much deeper, much more choppy, much more unforgiving ocean. Everything about scuba diving is . . . different. New environment, new ways to communicate, quick adaptation to…

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Big, Decision to Divorce. Big, Empowered Life.

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I made a very exciting but scary decision. And you should too. About one year ago, I made a really exciting, but pretty scary decision to change my employment. Granted, I was leaving my work as a family lawyer at a general practice firm to begin work here at Freed Marcroft, also a family law…

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