Kendra Hagen, family law attorney with Gray Plant Mooty in St. Cloud, is our first member in the spotlight.
Kendra was instrumental in orchestrating the first AFCC-MN Greater Minnesota Outreach initiative. A lunch and Learn was held in St. Cloud at the GPM Office on October 24, 2013. There were 23 participants from the family law community, including judges, attorneys and mental health professionals. The topic was Chemical Health Assessment, Treatment and Testing. CLE’s were available.
Panel members: Steve Tschida of Recovery Plus in St. Cloud, John Hasper of Franklin Family Services in Minneapolis, and Michelle Johnson of Minnesota Monitoring of Golden Valley.
Participants indicated they would like MORE involvement with AFCC-MN in their area. Future plans are in the works to hold more events outside of the metro area.
Kendra is a principal attorney at Gray Plant Mooty. Her practice is devoted to the area of family law. She represents clients in all types of family law matters including divorce, custody, third-party custody, child support, stepparent adoptions, and preparation and negotiation of antenuptial and post-nuptial agreements. She also enjoys working with clients as a Parenting Consultant and Parenting Time Expeditor and is a Rule 114 Qualified Neutral. Prior to attending law school, Kendra was a family law paralegal at Gray Plant Mooty. While attending law school, Kendra worked as a guardian ad litem for the North Dakota Guardian Project. In her spare time, Kendra enjoys spending time with her husband and 14 month old son.