Attorney Jeremiah N. Ollennu has dedicated his legal career to the practice of divorce and family law. Since 2008, he provides reconciliation counseling, assists couples in collaborative divorce, divorce mediation and rigorously represents clients in family, custody and dissolution of marriage disputes. His experience and focus includes child custody disputes including litigation and resolution, child support enforcement matters, alimony modification, grandparents’ rights, juvenile and child protection matters as well as property division including real-estate and retirement assets.
Attorney Ollennu believes that the best way to resolve family disputes is through the process of divorce mediation. He has successfully mediated numerous cases and remains open to Alternative Dispute Resolution means whenever possible. Attorney Ollenu is a zealous advocate for his traditional divorce clients. He is well respected member of the Family bar and is appointed as attorney for minor children (AMC) by the Superior Court Judges to represent children’s interest in Family Courts, Juvenile Courts and in various Child Protection cases. He serves as guardian ad litem (GAL) to represent the best interest of children in highly contested family disputes.
Attorney Ollennu served as a family law clerk for the Superior Court of Middlesex where he gained valuable court room experience in the Family Law. He graduated from Vermont Law School in 2006, and completed a Master of Laws (LL.M.,) studies in International Economic Law at the University of Kent, Canterbury, U.K.
Attorney Ollennu has been admitted to the Connecticut Bar in 2006, and is a member of the Middlesex County Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association and American Bar Association. He is admitted as a practicing Attorney to all Judicial Districts in the State 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.