Daniel J. Ogden
Daniel J. Ogden’s practice focuses primarily on real estate law and estate planning. As a California real estate attorney, Mr. Ogden handles a wide variety of real estate transactions and litigation, ranging anywhere from complex large commercial purchase agreements to simple adjoining neighbor disputes. Mr. Ogden also is an experienced revocable trust attorney who has helped many satisfied clients form and implement their estate plan as well as successfully defend and enforce their rights. A representative case of successful trust litigation is Meyer et al. v. Stoscher, CA 6th District Court of Appeal, Case Number H040510. In that case, Mr. Ogden successfully defended and enforced on appeal a six-figure judgment awarded in favor of his clients as a result of the trustee’s misconduct.
Mr. Ogden graduated with distinction from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law in 2010. He excelled in his academics and was admitted to the Roger J. Traynor Honor Society, a Scholastic Honor Organization. He also excelled at the rigorous McGeorge Trial Advocacy Program. Mr. Ogden achieved the Academics Dean’s List all through law school and finished in the top third of his class.
During law school, Mr. Ogden gained invaluable experience while working at the United States Attorney’s Office, which provided insight into the inner workings of a large government agency. Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Ogden obtained a B.A. in Economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder, earning high marks and making the Academic Dean’s Honor List.
Mr. Ogden is admitted to practice before all the courts of the State of California and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California. He is also a member of the Stanislaus County Bar Association, the Real Property Law Section of the California of the State Bar of California, the Stanislaus County Estate Planning Council, and Modesto Rotary Club.