With Offices in Westport and Greenwich, Connecticut
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Challenging Connecticut Family Law Issues

Complete solutions for complex family law matters

Founded in 1982, Rutkin, Oldham & Griffin, LLC exclusively handles family law cases. Through our singular focus on divorce, child custody and other family law matters, we have developed in-depth understanding of the statutes and policies involved. We are assertive advocates for the rights of divorcing families and support passage of clear laws to govern dissolution of marriage.

Selective cases

Our team gives you the personal attention you deserve as we guide you through your divorce. We limit our caseload so that we can give your case the time and consideration needed to successfully represent you. When you retain our Westport and Greenwich family law attorneys, you can expect the highest level of respect and dedication.

Landmark family law cases

If we recognize an injustice or a broken law, we actively seek to fix the problem and pursue cases that challenge the law. Our team has established precedents in landmark cases involving child custody, parental relocation and high-net-worth divorces.

Comprehensive representation

Many divorces involve issues outside the scope of traditional family law that nonetheless affect their ultimate outcome. Our team provides comprehensive representation that includes guidance on how these important matters affect the outcome of your family law case:

  • Tax issues
  • Trusts and estates
  • Complex litigation
  • International aspects of wealth management
  • International enforcement of financial and custody orders

Consult with experienced Westport, Greenwich and Darien family law attorneys

For information about complex issues affecting your divorce, call the Rutkin, Oldham & Griffin, LLC Westport office at 203-227-7301 or our Greenwich office at 203-869-7277 or contact us online to schedule your consultation.

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