Sarah S. Oldham - Rutkin, Oldham & Griffin, LLC

Sarah S. Oldham

Listed in Best Lawyers since 2006
Phone: 203-227-7301

Connecticut Bar Association, Member, Executive Committee, Family Law Section 1993 - Present, Fairfield County Bar Association, American Bar Association, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (2005 - Present), International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (2007 - Present).  Certificate of Completion GAL/AMC Comprehemsive Basic Training, State of Connecticut, 2012.

Member, Connecticut Law Review, 1986-1988, Board of Editors, Connecticut Family Lawyer, 1994-2000, Co-author, Connecticut Practice Series:  "Family Law and Practice", (2 Vols.), West Group, 1999-2000.  Articles:  "Effective Utilization of Mental Health Professionals in Family Cases", Connecticut Bar Association, March 2001; "How to Avoid the Pitfalls and Pratfalls of Dividing Pensions", Connecticut Bar Association, May 2002; "Hot Topics, The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA)", Connecticut Bar Association Annual Meeting, June 2003; "Inheritances, Gifts & Pre-Marital Assets", Connecticut Bar Association, October 2003; Moderator of Symposium on Professionalism, Regional Bar Asscociation, November 2004; "Comple Issues in Family Law Cases" or "How to Handle Tricky Questions and Sticky Situations", April, 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.", International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Annual Meeting, Queenstown, NZ, September 2010; "Substance Abuse Issues in Family Law Cases", Connecticut Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Advanced Custody Seminar, May, 2012.

Wesleyan UniversityBS 1972Southern Connecticut State UniversityMS 1974University of ConnecticutJ.D. 1988

Case History

Wendt v. Wendt — 59 Conn. App. 656 (2000)

Office Location

Five Imperial Avenue
P.O. Box 295
Westport, CT 06880
United States

Practice Areas

Family Law