Mr. Oldham’s primary areas of practice include family law and probate litigation. Mr. Oldham also has a strong background and significant experience handling commercial litigation matters, including experience with landlord tenant disputes, collections, business dissolutions, bankruptcy and real property disputes. Mr. Oldham has served as both lead and co-lead counsel in both jury and bench trials. Mr. Oldham has also been lead counsel on several appellate cases. Mr. Oldham also has experience in cases dealing with professional malpractice issues and dissolution issues between unmarried co-habitants. Mr. Oldham’s varied experience makes him uniquely qualified to assist clients with their complex probate and dissolution issues.
Mr. Oldham also has experience it the area of alternative dispute resolution as an advocate as well as a neutral. Mr. Oldham has represented clients in dozens of mediations and arbitrations and also serves as a mediator and arbitrator.
Sandra Day O'Connor College of LawJ.D., 2002
- cum laude
- Order of the Coif
- Order of Barrister
Illustrative cases include:
Several family law appellate cases including a recently published decision setting aside a garnishment of a divorced spouse’s sole and separate earnings.
As lead counsel, Mr. Oldham defended an automobile dealership, its principals and several employees in a $1 million dollar fraud case resulting in judgment as a matter of law following the plaintiffs’ case for the dealership and its principals and a defense verdict for the employees.
Numerous successful appeals involving real property and title issues, including three published Arizona Court of Appeal decisions.
- Maricopa County Bar Association
- State Bar of Arizona
- American Bar Association