Attorney Sarah S. Oldham brings 24 years of experience and unyielding determination to each case, working to uphold the rights of her clients and put them in the best possible position during divorce, custody disputes and cases involving complex financial issues.
Attorney Oldham is a Fellow of both the International and American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. She has written numerous articles and she lectures regularly on a wide variety of topics at legal seminars. She has a particular interest and expertise in the impact of executive compensation packages and private equity investments in divorce. She co-authors the three-volume Connecticut Family Law and Practice series, published by West Publishing. She has been selected by her fellow attorneys for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America and Connecticut’s Top 25 Female Lawyers annually since 2006.
Attorney Oldham was co-counsel in the landmark case of Wendt v. Wendt, which made national headlines and set a legal precedent regarding the way that courts view the financial arrangements in marriage — especially when significant corporate employment assets are involved.
Attorney Oldham developed a deep understanding of family law issues while working for more than a decade as a school psychologist. She is uniquely qualified to help clients address the financial consequences of divorce while recognizing the psychological impact of the process on the family involved.