Sarah Martin Oquendo

Sarah Martin Oquendo

3003 Tamiami Trail North
Suite# 402
Naples, FL  34103

Phone: (239) 298-5212
Fax: (239) 298-5236

Sarah Martin Oquendo

Sarah Oquendo is an Associate at Coleman, Hazzard, Taylor, Klaus, Doupé & Diaz, PA in Naples, Florida. She focuses on children's issues and practices in the area of Naples family law, including, divorce law, custody law, stepparent adoption, domestic violence, and dependency.

She was admitted to practice law in 2008. Sarah is a member of The Florida Bar (Member, Family Law Section, Young Lawyer’s), Lee County Bar Association (Member, Family Law Section), Collier County Bar Association (Member, Family Law Section), Collier County Women’s Bar Association, and the Association of Family Law Professionals.

Sarah joined Coleman, Hazzard, Taylor, Klaus, Doupé & Diaz, PA, as part of the Klaus Doupé, PA team that merged with Coleman, Hazzard, Taylor & Diaz in January 2018.  She worked with the Klaus Doupé, PA team for almost a year after practicing family law with Nicola Family Law for two years and with Nicole L Goetz, P.L. for another two years. She started her career in public service providing legal representation on behalf of the Guardian ad Litem Program. In her position as a Program attorney, Sarah worked closely with volunteer Guardian ad Litem’s to represent the best interest of dependent children in court proceedings. After her time working on behalf of the Guardian ad Litem Program, she became a staff attorney at Lee County Legal Aid, where she provided legal representation for indigent clients in family law matters.

Sarah received her juris doctor from Stetson University College of Law, where she graduated in the top 30 percent of her class. She participated in the Phi Delta Phi Honor Society and was an elected member of the Calvin. A. Kuenzel Student Bar Association. While at Stetson, Sarah was on the Dean’s List and the Honor Roll. She graduated cum laude from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology in December 2003. While at the University of Florida, she was a member of the Criminology Honor Society and the Golden Key International Honor Society.