Gary Oberst

Gary Oberst

Email: Gary@OberstLaw.Com
B.S.: Pennsylvania State University,
J.D. Cum Laude: Quinnipiac University School of Law, 1990

Bar Admissions:

  • District of New Jersey
  • District of Connecticut
  • U.S. Supreme Court

Areas of Practice:

Mediation, Estate Planning, Business Law, Intellectual Property and Computer Law, Family Law, Commercial Collections and Evictions, Motor Vehicle and minor Criminal Defense.


  • Intellectual Property Section of the CBA
  • Stamford Norwalk Regional Bar Association
  • American Bar Association,
  • Federal Bar Association
  • Computer Law Association
  • Board of Directors of Nortech Foundation
  • Board of Directors Norwalk Community Technical College Foundation
  • Board of Directors Fairfield County Jewish Home for the Elderly
  • Board of Directors Full Circle Foundation
  • Congregation Beth El, Nursery School Committee

Select Published articles:

“Computers and the Law,” column, F/W Consultant, Independent Computer Consultants Association.

“Software Can Be Protected From Bootleggers,” Conn. Law Tribune, October 10, 1988, reprinted as, “As Property, Software is Tricky,” Legal Times, January 23, 1989, and as, “Stopping Unauthorized Use of Software,” New Jersey Law Journal, February 23, 1989;

“Computer Source Code, Screens, and the Copyright Office,” National Bar Exchange, September 25, 1989;

“A Vacuum Tube Decision in the Microchip Age: Plains Cotton Coop. Ass’n v. Goodpasture Computer Serv.,” 16 Southers U.L. Rev. 365 (1989);

“Shysters, Sharks, and Ambulance Chasers Beware: Attorney Liability Under Connecticut’s Unfair Trade Practices Act,” 11 U.Bridgeport L.Rev.97 (1990);

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Sharon Oberst DeFala

Sharon Oberst DeFala

Email: Sharon@OberstLaw.Com
B.A.: University of Connecticut, 1987
J.D.: Lewis and Clark Northwestern School of Law, 1991

Bar Admissions:

  • District of Connecticut
  • United States Supreme Court

Areas of Practice:

  • Family and Business Mediation
  • Family Matters including mediation, collaborative, and litigation: premarital, divorce, post-nuptial agreements and post dissolution work
  • Contracts: negotiation, explanation, drafting, and review services
  • Business representation including LLC establishment and maintenance, contracts, leases, employment agreements and succession planning
  • Estate Planning


  • President Congregation Beth El, Norwalk CT May 2015 – 2016
  • Adjunct Professor, Norwalk Community College, Spring Semester 2012
  • Certified as Volunteer Counselor for Women’s Crisis Center
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Sharon Oberst DeFala

Patricia Moran

Attorney Moran Retired as of December, 2014.


People seek divorce for many distinct reasons (such as problems with money, fidelity, trust, personal interests), but mostly for one common reason – to get out of an unhappy situation and into a better one.