Family Law

World Cup Wrap-up (with a family law bent)

A Twitter friend of ours, Francesca, sent the Tweet to the left after Ronaldo and Portugal exited the World Cup a week or so ago virtually simultaneously with Messi’s Argentina.

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Photographs and Family Law

Here’s something that occurred to us as the graduation season wrapped up and the wedding season took over. You’ve all seen photos like the one above.

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The Fourth of July and Founding Family Law

Happy Independence Day! As we celebrate the birth of the United States, we thought we’d take a moment to acknowledge a few of the Founding Families . . .  because family law issues are hardly new. Doubt that? Then consider this – Benjamin Franklin was an up-and-coming printer/scientist and polymorph of the first order when…

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Strong in the Broken Places

Two weeks ago, within three days, three very – very! – different shows, Legion, Billions, and Grey’s Anatomy, invoked the same Hemingway quote as significant plot devices.

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Safe ‘Til St. Patrick’s Day

Laura Manasewich is a valued member of the Freed Marcroft team. She is our Marketing Assistant and go-getter of things that need to be gotten.

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Moving Forward Together: Healthy Habits for Your Children In Two Households

When parents divorce, Connecticut law presumes that joint custody is in the child’s best interest – if both spouses agree to it. While this allows your kids to have both parents care …

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How to Find Balance in Your Parenting Plan (aka Visitation Schedule)

Many people’s key top divorce priority is making a parenting plan that works for their family. Read on to learn more. Kids and Divorce. Divorce represents an opportunity …

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Grandparents’ Rights to Child Custody and Visitation in Connecticut

In Connecticut, do grandparents have a right to child custody or visitation with their grandchildren? Few things are as special, beautiful, or unique as the grandparent-grandchild bond.

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You Sent an Email You Definitely Should Not Have Sent to Your Ex. Now What?

The invention of email has truly made it easier for us to communicate, but as many a politician can attest, it can also make life very complicated. Most of us have had …

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5 Parenting Back to School Tips After Your Separation or Divorce

The back-to-school season often comes with a mixed feeling of nerves and excitement. When a recent separation or divorce is in the picture, a range of stronger emotions …

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