Amelia Haines Griffith was graduated from Birmingham-Southern College with a major in English Literature and a minor in Political Science. She subsequently earned her Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from the University of Alabama School of Law. Amy has extensive experience in both Civil and Criminal litigation, and she is admitted to practice before the Alabama state and federal courts.
Having done counseling work with teens and families in the past, Amy has tailored her legal practice to concentrate primarily on issues that work to protect and mend family relationships. These areas include custody and guardianship of both children and adults, mending broken family relationships, rendering help to families wrestling with mental illness, working with grown children seeking guardianship or conservatorship of aging parents, drafting wills and other estate documents, bringing new families together through adoption, and other issues and challenges facing families today.
Amy is adjunct faculty at Calhoun Community College, Alabama's largest community college, in the School of Business teaching both Civil Law and Procedure and Domestic Law.
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