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Rutkin Oldham Griffin, Attorney at Law - Greenwich, CT

Two Lafayette Court Greenwich, CT 06830

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Updated: 12/22/2020

Greenwich Divorce Law Firm


Discreet and trusted, Rutkin Oldham Griffin, Attorney at Law, handles family law cases on behalf of people throughout Westport, Connecticut. Our law firm has six attorneys who are devoted exclusively to representing clients in matters such as divorce, child custody, relocation, complex property division and alimony. We know that every situation is unique and therefore give each client a customized legal strategy that protects their best interests...

About Rutkin Oldham Griffin, Attorney at Law

Practice Areas

  • Divorce
  • Family Law
  • Custody

Office Information


Two Lafayette Court Greenwich, CT 06830

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Rutkin Oldham Griffin, Attorneys at Law (Main Office) 5 Imperial Avenue P.O. Box 295 Westport, CT 06880 800-591-6471

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