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David W. Griffin Receives AAML 2016 National Fellow Of the Year Award

The law firm of Rutkin, Oldham & Griffin, LLC is pleased to announce that David W. Griffin was named 2016 National “Fellow of the Year” by The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.  Mr. Griffin was presented with this prestigious award at the Academy’s annual meeting in Chicago. The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers is the… Read More »

Three Lawyers From RUTKIN, OLDHAM & GRIFFIN, LLC are Selected as 2016 Connecticut Super Lawyers

The law firm of Rutkin, Oldham & Griffin, LLC is pleased to announce that partners Arnold H. Rutkin, Sarah S. Oldham and David W. Griffin were named to the 2016 “Connecticut Super Lawyers” list in the area of family law. Mr. Rutkin and Ms. Oldham have held this esteemed distinction since 2006, and Mr. Griffin since 2011. Read More »

Three Lawyers From RUTKIN, OLDHAM & GRIFFIN, LLC are Listed In Best Lawyers In America© 2017

Rutkin, Oldham & Griffin, LLC is pleased to announce that partners Arnold H. Rutkin, Sarah S. Oldham and David W. Griffin were selected by their peers for inclusion in the 23rd Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© 2017 in the field of Family Law.  Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers® has… Read More »

Dyan M. Kozaczka Receives “40 Under 40” Award

Rutkin, Oldham & Griffin, LLC is pleased to announce that Dyan M. Kozaczka received a prestigious 2016 “40 Under 40” award by Fairfield County Business Journal for her outstanding leadership and accomplishments in the field of law and in the community. The annual award recognizes 40 business professionals under the age of 40 who have… Read More »

David W. Griffin to Co-Chair and Present at the 2016 National Conference on Divorce

David W. Griffin will speak at the 2016 AICPA/AAML National Conference on Divorce May 18-20 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  Jointly presented by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, the National Conference on Divorce is the premier nationwide conference on advanced divorce law and valuation. Mr. Griffin has… Read More »

Harold Hamm Divorce Could Be Most Expensive in History

One of the world’s richest people could lose a substantial portion of his multibillion-dollar fortune in what has been predicted to be the most expensive divorce in history. According to CNN, Oklahoma oil tycoon Harold Hamm’s net worth is just over $20.2 billion, but nearly half of that could go to his soon-to-be former spouse,… Read More »

Important Tips for Reducing the Expenses of Divorce

Divorce can be a costly and time-consuming process, especially if you’ve been married for a long time and accumulated a significant amount of assets and property over the course of your marriage. While certain fees are unavoidable, there are ways to cut costs and efficiently achieve your goals. Consider the following steps you can take… Read More »

Connecticut Changes Rules for Guardian Ad Litem

On October 1 2014, the state of Connecticut changed some of its rules related to guardian ad litem arrangements in an effort to reduce contentious disputes in family courts. As part of these changes, the judges and court officials will more closely monitor how these guardians are used to represent children in custody and divorce… Read More »

Study: Expensive Rings Lead to Higher Rates of Divorce

Many soon-to-be-married brides love showing off the lavish engagement rings their fiancés have given them. However, a surprising new study from Emory University has found a correlation between expensive rings and higher rates of divorce.  According to researchers, in a survey of about 3,000 adults, couples who spent more than $4,000 on engagement rings were… Read More »

Rep. Sanford Experiences Very Public Example of Contentious Divorce

Former South Carolina governor and current U.S. Representative Mark Sanford is in the middle of a contentious divorce with his former spouse, Jenny. It’s one example — and a very public one, at that — of how issues of infidelity and other disputes can get in the way of an amicable divorce settlement. The problems… Read More »

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