Attorney Jeremiah N. Ollennu has dedicated his legal career to divorce mediation and resolving family disputes. Since 2008, he has ounseled couples in divorce, and mediated some of the most difficult divorce cases in Connecticut. The firm also represents clients in custody and chuld support cases. Our experience includes litigation and resolution of alimony claims, contempt and property settlement enforcement, post-judgment modification, and grandparents’ rights.
The best way to resolve family disputes is through mediation, which give you the greatest freedom to workout family differences. Attorney Ollennu zealously advocates in traditional divorce cases whenever necessary. He is regularly appointed as attorney for minor children (AMC) by the Superior Court Judges to represent children’s interest in Family Courts, Juvenile Courts and in Child Protection cases. He serves as guardian ad litem (GAL), and focuses on the best interest of children in highly contested family disputes.
Attorney Ollennu was law clerk T Middlesex Superior Court, in Middletown, Connecticut. He graduated from Vermont Law School, and has a Master of Laws (LL.M.,) in International Economic Law at the University of Kent, Canterbury, U.K.
Attorney Ollennu is admitted to the Connecticut Bar, and New York bar. He is a member of the Middlesex County Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association and American Bar Association. He is admitted as a practicing Attorney in the Districts of Connecticut and the United States District Courts. He is a native of Ghana, and he is licensed to practice law both in the United States and in Ghana.