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What Happens When Someone is "Served" in a Connecticut Divorce?

At Freed Marcroft, we limit our law practice exclusively to divorce and family law. One of the fears we hear most frequently from our clients is around the idea of serving papers. The “magic of television” has created an idea in many people’s minds that divorce papers cannot be served without a dramatic scene in busy restaurant. In this video, our Founding Partner Meghan Freed gives you the facts.

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