Amanda Maenner

Divorce, custody, child support, paternity and grandparent rights

Amanda Maenner practices exclusively in the area of family law.  After working at other private firms, she opened her own practice in 2011 to help individuals work through family matters including divorce, custody, child support, paternity and grandparent rights. Amanda is passionate about helping people and obtaining results that will help their families long-term.  She believes in working with clients to help finalize their matters and move forward with their lives as amicably as possible, but is experienced in the courtroom and prepared to represent her clients through contested litigation when necessary.  She is able to use her extensive experience to help her clients navigate through the process and feel confident in their decisions by helping them understand and make informed choices.

Amanda also acted as an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota Law School legal clinics, helping students in representing clients and strategizing in their own cases.  She is on the Hennepin County Bar Association Family Law Section Executive Committee.

Amanda is resides in Orono, Minnesota with her husband and three children.

“Amanda was very helpful and I have recommended Amanda to many coworkers and would recommend her to a close friend or family member. She is very empathetic and understands family law…you can tell she took her education seriously and knows her stuff. She and the staff at Maenner Minnich are super willing to help you get what you need done…on TIME TOO! (help with affidavits, legal terminology, emotional support etc) My case is a custody case, which Amanda knows a lot about. You can be confident in court that someone who is trustworthy and knowledgeable will have your back.”

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Maenner | Minnich PLLC
15600 Wayzata Boulevard
Suite 309
Wayzata, Minnesota 55391
(952) 777-2481
contactus@maennerminnich.com
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