Glen E. Hazen, Jr.
YEARS OF PRACTICE:28 years
Primary reason I became an attorney was to be in a position to exercise my independent professional judgment in helping people.
My Father was a career Air Force man and I moved frequently and travelled around the country. That experience helped me learn to meet and relate to people easily. My experiences counseling young people at the Bob Hope House has transferred well to the family law and personal injury areas of law where clients want someone to listen.
Certified Specialist in Family Relations Law by the Ohio State Bar Associaiton
My ideal client is one who works on their case as hard as I do.
I enjoy spending time with family, traveling, reading and golf.
I assist with the Volunteer Lawyers Project divorce clinic program.
I serve as a volunteer Arbitrator for the Hamilton Ciunty Common Pleas mediation/arbitration office.
- Child Support
- Grandparents’ Rights
- Joint Custody
- Legal Separation
- Shared Parenting Plans
- Spousal Support
- Personal Injury
University of Dayton
Juris Doctor (JD), 1986
Cincinnati Bar Association
Ohio State Bar Association
Kentucky Bar Association
Northern Kentucky Bar Association
Military Police Sargeant United States Army 1971-73; Assistant Director of the Bob Hope House (home for delinquent and dependent boys) 1976-1983; Mt. Healthy City Schools Board of Education Member 1982-83; Great Oaks Joint Vocational School Board Member 1982-83; B.A. Wright State University 1976;
M.S. Xavier University 1979; University of Dayton Cum Laude; Law Review Articles Editor 1984-86
United States District Court Southern District of Ohio
United States District Court Eastern District of Kentucky
Ohio (1986), #0036885
Licensed in Ohio and Kentucky
Focusing on family law and personal injury. I have 25 years experience. I return all calls within 24 hours.
Previous employment has included the law firms of Keating, Muething and Klekamp and White, Getgey & Meyer. I have been in solo practice since 1993.
Generally require retainers between $2,000 and $3,000, however, consideration is given to the client’s ability to pay.