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Best Child Support Lawyers in Hartford

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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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Attorney Meghan Freed Wins Connecticut Law Tribune Small Firm Innovator Award

Attorney Meghan Freed Wins Connecticut Law Tribune Small Firm Innovator Award

Attorney Meghan Freed, Managing Co-Partner of Divorce & Family Law Firm, Freed Marcroft, received the Solo/Small Law Firm Innovator Award for 2021 from the Connecticut Law Tribune. In a virtual ceremony held on May 12, 2021, Michael Marciano, Bureau Chief of the Connecticut Law Tribune, and David Gialanella, Managing Editor, ALM Regional Brands, presented the…

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50 Attorneys Tackle Bill That Corrects a Lot of Bad Law

Meghan Freed Among 50 Family Law Attorneys Tapped to Improve Connecticut Law with Respect to Same-Sex Parenting

A bill that would ease restrictions on same-sex couples with regard to their children, and make it easier for children to have legal relationships with both parents after a divorce is making its way through the Connecticut Legislature. About 50 family law attorneys in Connecticut had input in drafting the proposed Connecticut Parentage Act, which…

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Law Firm 500 Ranks Freed Marcroft LLC Among Fastest-Growing Law Firms for 2020

On Saturday, December 5, 2020, the Law Firm 500 Award committee announced the list of 2020 Honorees, ranking Freed Marcroft #42 on its 5th annually-published list, recognizing law firms that have achieved significant revenue growth. The outside certified accounting firm, Shavell & Company, P.A. verified honorees. The award honorees are a beacon of light for…

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It’s Showtime, Folks! The Tonys, Marriage & Therapy

The Tony Awards are this Sunday night. While I’m sure James Cordon will do a great job hosting, I’ll be looking at it a bit differently this year. That’s because FX’s amazing Fosse/Verdon ended last week. An eight episode look into the career and lives of Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse – between them winners…

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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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Tax Bill May Make 2018 a Wild Year for Ct Divorces | Hartford

Tax Bill May Make 2018 a Wild Year for Ct Divorces

Washington – Meghan Freed, who practices family law in Hartford, said the massive tax overhaul surprised divorce attorneys and their clients by scrapping a 75-year-old tax deduction for alimony payments. Ending the deductibility of alimony payments was proposed in the House tax bill, but not in the Senate’s version, so attorneys had to wait until…

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