John Hodgden

Partner

 580-234-5144 or 1-800-287-5144

 580-234-8890

Professional Experience

Born in Enid, Oklahoma in 1964, Mr. Hodgden grew up on a farm west of Enid near Drummond, Oklahoma. John continues to operate a wheat and cattle farm located west of Enid on the same family farm which has been in his family since statehood. John received an undergraduate degree from the University of Oklahoma in 1986 and received his law degree and master of Business Administration from the University of Oklahoma in 1990. His daughter Claudia is a student at the University of Oklahoma. After graduating from law school, John practiced las in Houston for seven years working for Exxon exploration in private practice in Houston. John is licensed to practice in Colorado, Oklahoma and Texas. John has served as a city councilman on the City of Enid commission and is active member of the American Business Club. John has extensive experience handling family law matters throughout Northwest Oklahoma including divorce, child custody, guardianships, and grandparent visitation matters. A significant portion of John's practice is devoted to representation of landowners, business, and agricultural clients in civil disputes; he has extensive experience in criminal law matters including DUI and other alcohol related driving offenses.

Practice Areas
  • Agricultural Law
  • Civil Litigation
  • Criminal Law
  • Custody & Child Support
  • Divorce
  • DUI
  • Personal Injury Law
  • Probate
Education
Law School:

University of Oklahoma College of Law, Norman, Oklahoma - J.D. - 1990

Graduate:

University of Oklahoma - Master of Business Administration - 1990

Bar Admissions
  • Oklahoma - 1991
  • Colorado - 1991
  • Texas - 1993

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