San Diego Divorce & Child Custody Attorney
At Law & Mediation Firm of Klueck & Hoppes, Glen Honig brings more than 22 years of experience to each of his cases, 18 of which were spent running his own family law firm in La Mesa. At his firm, he handled a variety of family law cases, including divorce / dissolution, child custody disputes, child support issues, visitation agreements, and more.
As a part of his practice, Glen also handled Real Estate litigation cases, foreclosures, boundary disputes, and insurance claims. Thanks to his experience, he is uniquely suited to handle complex property division agreements or high-asset division disputes. These cases often require an attorney who has an eye for details and an understanding of how assets age financially—both in terms of tax consequences and long-term returns.
In addition to his experience as an attorney, Glen served for 7 years as a Judge Pro Tem (substitute judge) and a Settlement Judge for the San Diego County Superior Court, in addition to donating his time to the Family Law Access Project and the Civil Harassment Restraining Order Clinics at the Superior Court. Our clients turn to Glen because he has the compassion and years of experience, both as a pro-tem settlement judge and as a lawyer, to help them navigate their case.
Despite his formidable courtroom experience, Glen understands that the best solutions are sometimes found outside the context of a trial or hearing. He is committed to finding the most innovative, least emotionally costly solutions for his clients, especially when their cases involve child custody and support. He tailors his approach to each situation in order to create a legal solution that genuinely helps the San Diego families he serves.
Education & Early Career
Glen earned his Juris Doctor at Western State University School of Law, now known as Thomas Jefferson School of Law. He graduated in the top 10 percent of his class. During his studies, he was a member of the Law Review Criminal Justice Journal, winning the American Jurisprudence Award for his “excellent achievement” regarding his study of Property II.
Before attending law school, Glen was already enjoying a career in law as a certified paralegal. He also owned his own trust deed foreclosure company and was licensed as a Real Estate agent, selling property and handling the financial process for the purchase and refinancing of property. This training eventually became the foundation for this Real Estate litigation and family law, which often requires the division of real and personal property.
Glen has been happily married to his wife for more than 30 years, and together they have 2 grown children. Glen understands firsthand the worries and concerns of parents, which he uses to serve his clients better. The deep emotional bond of families is both real and difficult to navigate in a legal situation—this is something he knows more than many other attorneys.
In his spare time, Glen enjoys photography, antique restoration, and remodeling. He has worked on a number of remodeling and home construction projects, including creating stained glass artwork.