Amanda E. Hogenmiller is a managing partner and co-founder of Pedano, O’Shea, McGavic & Hogenmiller, LLC who is licensed to practice law in Missouri. Amanda attended Truman State University under the Presidential Honor Award where she received her Bachelor of Science in Justice Systems. During her undergraduate career, she worked as an intern at the Missouri House of Representatives. After graduating, Amanda worked as a social worker for three years with the Missouri Children’s Division, investing her time into working with children and families. Amanda then pursued her Juris Doctorate from Saint Louis University School of Law.
While in law school, she concentrated her studies in litigation and held several internships, including a clerkship with the St. Louis City Circuit Court and an externship at the St. Charles County Prosecutor’s Office. In addition, Amanda worked at a large family law firm as a law clerk throughout her time in school. She was also an active member of the Public Interest Law Group and Women Law Student’s Association.
Focusing on Family Law Advocacy
Throughout Amanda’s practice, she has concentrated on family law. She has represented clients in a variety of domestic relations cases, including divorce, child custody disputes, paternity issues, child support matters, grandparent’s rights, and guardianship. Upon starting Pedano, O’Shea, McGavic & Hogenmiller, LLC, she has sought to provide her clients with experienced and affordable legal representation at a personalized level. She is passionate about catering to each clients’ individual needs. Amanda is a member of the Missouri Bar (Family Law Section), St. Louis County Bar Association, and Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce.
Amanda resides in Lake St. Louis with her husband, son, and step daughter.