150 N. Michigan Ave. Ste. 1420
Chicago, IL 60601

Sarah S. Oldham

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Rutkin, Oldham & Griffin, L.L.C.

Contact Information

Office:
5 Imperial Ave.
P. O. Box 295
Westport CT 06880
Work (203) 227-7301
Fax (203) 222-9295

Greenwich Office
Two Lafayette Court
Greenwich CT 06830-5354
Work 203-869-7277
Fax 203-222-9295


Practice State

Connecticut

Emphasis

Practice emphasizes Traditional Client Representation and Litigation

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Counties

  • Fairfield, Connecticut

Education

Wesleyan University (B.S., cum laude, 1972); Southern Connecticut State College (M.S. School Psychology, 1974); University of Connecticut School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 1988)

Legal Organizations

Member: Connecticut Bar Association, Family Law Section, 1993 - , (Executive Committee, 2003 - ); American Bar Associatio; Fairfield County Bar Association; Greenwich Bar Association. Fellow: International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Board of Managers, 2006 - .

Awards

Listed: Best Lawyers in America, 2005 - www.bestlawyers.com); Connecticut Magazine, "Top 25 Female Lawyers," 2007 - (www.superlawyers.com); "New York Area's Best Lawyers," 2007 - (www.nymag.com).

CLE Presentations

"Relocation Issues After Ireland v. Ireland", Connecticut Bar Association, September 1999; "Effective Utilization of Mental Health Professionals in Family Cases", Connecticut Bar Association, 2001; "Tax Favored Strategies for Compensatory Options," 2001; Connecticut Bar Association; "Pensions and Divorce: How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Dealing with Pensions in Divorce", Connecticut Bar Association, 2002; The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement (UCCJEA)", Connecticut Bar Association, 2003; "Complex Issues in Family Law Cases" or "How to Handle Tricky Questions and Sticky Situations", Connecticut Bar Association, 2005; "Psychological Testing in Cases of Disputed Custody", ABA-APA Conference, April 2008; "An Overview of Property Division and Spousal Support Regimes in the U.S.", IAML Annual Meeting, Queenstown, NZ, 2010.

Author

Co-Author, Connecticut Practice Series: "Family Law and Practice," 2nd Edition (2 Vols.) West Group, 1999-2000; "Post-Majority Support: The Statute Explained", Connecticut Family Lawyer, Fall 1993; "Recent Appellate Developments", Connecticut Family Lawyer, Spring 1995; "Recent Appellate Decisions", Connecticut Family Lawyer, Fall, 1997; "Distributing Executive Compensation Benefits," The Family Advocate, Winter 2001; "Examining the Mental Health Expert", The Family Advocate, Spring 2008.

AAML National

Chair, National Test Committee, 2006 - 2010.

AAML Chapter

Member, Executive Committee, 2006 - .

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