Renton lawyer, Peter Mogren is a graduate of Seattle Pacific University (1977) and the University of Oregon School of Law (1980). As an attorney, his client orientated practice includes family law (divorce, custody, child support, modifications, and parenting plans), wills and probate. Peter attempts to educate his clients in the law and procedure, so that they can make intelligent decisions about their life and legal case. His practice is focused on cases in the King County area...Read more
Renton lawyer, Peter Mogren is a graduate of Seattle Pacific University (1977) and the University of Oregon School of Law (1980). As an attorney, his client orientated practice includes family law (divorce, custody, child support, modifications, and parenting plans), wills and probate. Peter attempts to educate his clients in the law and procedure, so that they can make intelligent decisions about their life and legal case. His practice is focused on cases in the King County area, primarily in the Regional Justice Center in Kent, Washington. The main emphasis of his practice is in the area of divorce, family law, wills and estate planning, and probate.
Peter was born and raised in the South King County area. He currently resides in Renton Washington with his wife and 2 daughters. He is an elder in his Kent church and is actively involved in his church youth group, including discipling the 12th grade boys. Peter grew up in Seattle, and as a child was on the J.P. Patches, Stan Boreson and Captain Puget local television shows. Peter enjoys running (5K's), skiing, and being physically active.
Free Phone Consultation:
Peter offers a free phone consultation. Please call him at 425-255-4542 to briefly discuss your case.
Washington Family Law:
King County attorney, Peter Mogren's main emphasis of practice is in Family Law, including divorce, legal separation, parenting plans, custody disputes, child support, spousal maintenance, modifications, and property divison.
The following is a list of informative articles contained on his web page (www.mgrlaw.com) for you to review, regarding family law in the State of Washington. Please click a topic to go to an informative article on our web page.
- Power Point Presentation on Procedure of a Divorce
- Dissolution in Washington
- Legal Separation in Washington
- Paternity in Washington
- Spousal Maintenance
- Temporary Order
- Equity in Family Home in Divorce
- Third Party Custody in Washington
- Expected Behavior Toward Children in Divorce
- Procedure of a Washington Divorce
- Social Security Benefits
- Understanding the King County Case Schedule
- Counseling in Divorce
- Does Divorce Make You Happy?
- Parenting Plans in Washington
- Residential Time in Washington
- Decision Making in Parenting Plans
- Parenting Dispute Resolution in Parenting Plans
- Parenting Evaluation
- Relocation of Children in Washington
- Modification of Custody in Washington
- Contempt Hearings in Washington
- 7 Tips if Considering Divorce
- Alternatives to Trial
- Community Resources in Divorce
- Declarations for Court
- Selecting a Divorce Lawyer
- Domestic Violence Safety Plan
- Child Support in Washington
- Support Enforcement
- Child Support Modification in Washington
- Deviation of Child Support in Washington
- College Education Expense in Washington
- Property Division in Washington Divorce
- Debts in Washington Divorce
- Community Property
- Retirement Plans in Washington Divorce
- Family Law Definitions
- How Long Does it Take to get a Washington Divorce?
- Study of Washington Parenting Act
- What to Expect from your Lawyer
- Uncontested Divorce
- How long does it take?
- How much does it cost?
- Motion for Default
- Pretrial Conference
- Confirmation of Issues
- How to Stop a Divorce in Progress
- Page Limits in Family Law Motions
- Risks of Do It Yourself Divorce
- Criteria for Temporary Residential Schedule
- Criteria for Parenting Plan Residential Schedule
- Shared Custody
- Preparing for a Settlement Conference
Washington Wills and Probate:
Washington lawyer, Peter Mogren also deals extensively in the areas of Wills, Estate Planning, and Probate Administration. The following is a list of informative legal articles on his firm web page (www.mgrlaw.com) for you to review regarding wills and probate in the State of Washington. Please click a topic to go to an informative article on our web page.
King County Location:
Peter Mogren, a Washington attorney, practices with the law firm of Mogren, Glessner & Ahrens, P.S, which is conveniently located just off the freeway in Renton, King County, Washington, at the intersection of I-405 and Hwy. 167, in the Renton Village on So. Grady Way, between the Holiday Inn and the Renton Cinemas. The office is located on the first floor of The Evergreen Building, Suite 100, 15 So. Grady Way. Ample parking is available without charge. Four attorneys practice in the area of family law, wills and probate.
Peter Mogren has dedicated his career as a lawyer to helping people with their family law needs. Located in Renton, King County, Washington, Peter works with clients throughout the King County area, including Seattle, Bellevue, Kent, Mercer Island, Issaquah, Tukwila, Burien, Sea Tac, Skyway, Black Diamond, Des Moines, New Castle, Normandy Park, Fairwood, North Bend, Federal Way, Auburn, Enumclaw, and Maple Valley. Please call to talk to Peter or set an appointment.
J.D.Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington, May, 1977
Honors: magna cum laude
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