Minnesota Juvenile Law Attorneys
Gloria Bogen has devoted her legal career to representing individuals in Family Law cases since she graduated with honors from William Mitchell College of Law and was admitted to the Minnesota Bar in 1982. Her vast knowledge of the law, over 30 years of legal experience, and her skills as a litigator and effective negotiator means that you will receive professional, ethical, effective and quality representation with your family law issues, including divorce, paternity, custody, parenting time and visitation, child support, third party custody, annulment, and post-decree matters.
Gloria has represented over 1,000 clients in her career, appearing in almost every county courthouse throughout the State of Minnesota. She has represented clients in all types of Family Law hearings, including Temporary Motions, Evidentiary Hearings, Trials, Motions to Reconsider, Motions to Modify, Review Hearings, Contempt of Court, Appeals, Mediation, and Early Neutral Evaluations, and makes over 100 Court appearances each year.
- Divorce with or without minor children, including motions, evidentiary hearings, trails, motions to reconsider, reviews, appeals
- Legal and Physical Custody, including motions, evidentiary hearings, trials, motions to modify
- Parenting Time/Visitation, including motions, evidentiary hearings, trials, motions to modify
- Child Support, including initial cases, modifications, review hearings, contempt of court
- Third Party Custody and Visitation
- Representation at Mediation and Early Neutral Evaluations
- William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota
o Juris Doctor, cum laude 1982
- University of Minnesota, St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota
o B.A. Physiology 1978
- Minnesota State Bar Association
o Family Law Section
- Nineteenth District Bar Association
o Ethics Committee Investigator
- Washington County Bar Association
- Ramsey County Bar Association
o Family Law Section, Co-Chair: 2016 to present
- Minnesota Women Lawyers
o St. Croix Valley Chapter – Community Volunteer Committee
- United Way
- St. Paul Board of Zoning Appeals
- Volunteer Officer, St. Paul Police Reserves
- West Side Community Organization
- West Side Safe Neighborhoods and Neighborhood Crime Watch
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Minnesota Juvenile Law Laywers
When do you need the Minnesota Juvenile Law Attorneys at Dudley and Smith? When a juvenile is accused of criminal activity, the first thing that comes to mind for the accused and their family is what impact will the charges have on their future? Will the juvenile be able to get a job, participate in sports, or get into college? If convicted, will the record follow the juvenile for the remainder of their life?
To prevent or mitigate the harm to an arrested juvenile’s future, it is crucial to act quickly after the arrest to ensure that their rights are protected and preserved. The juvenile criminal defense attorneys at Dudley and Smith, P.A. can help you answer these previous questions while guiding you through the criminal defense process.
A juvenile is defined under Minnesota Statutes as a person between the ages of 10 and 17. In most cases, the law and potential punishment is different for a juvenile than an adult. For some offenses, a juvenile can be charged and tried as an adult, which carries with it more severe punishment under the law.