Kristen Marcroft practices family law at Freed Marcroft LLC in the historic Linden building on Main Street in Hartford, Connecticut. She is a graduate of the Quinnipiac University School of Law and the University of Connecticut.

Kristen serves on the Executive Committee of the LGBT Section of the Connecticut Bar Association, of which she is a founding member. Her practice is welcoming to all individuals, families, and small businesses – especially including same sex couples and members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.

Her firm’s position at the forefront of changing laws affecting the LGBT community is widely recognized. Kristen served as a panelist on the Connecticut Bar Association symposium “Supreme Change: the Legal Landscape after Windsor,” discussing the decision’s practical impact on Connecticut attorneys serving LGBT and same sex couple clients.

Kristen applies her knowledge of the latest legal developments impacting lesbian and gay individuals across her practice areas. Whether they are purchasing a home or executing a will, Kristen’s clients can feel confident that their family’s legal needs will be met.

Kristen is devoted to Hartford, where she lives and works. At Kristen’s initiative, she and her partner restored a historic 1880s downtown Hartford building to house their law firm, which was showcased in Hartford Magazine’s green office edition and was recognized with a Hartford Preservation Alliance Award for its historical restoration. Kristen is a proud supporter of the arts, and an original board member of Night Fall. She devotes the majority of her pro bono legal work to helping local arts organizations.