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Amanda R. Muller,


Amanda Muller combines compassion and experience in her dedication to your lawsuit.

A 2016 graduate of U.C. Hastings, College of the Law, Attorney Muller excelled in contracts, property and legal writing, all areas which flow into her current family law practice. She dedicated her spare time in law school to the Native American Law Society, the Environmental Law Association, and the study of sustainable conservation. She was the symposium editor of West-Northwest Law Journal in 2015/2016 where she brought speakers to discuss the controversial opposing views of trophy hunting and hunting endangered species during an all-day conference. She successfully pursued a Masters of Business Administration and a Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Phoenix, San Jose, in 2006 and 2001.

Amanda Muller brings everything she knows to your case.

Attorney Muller brings two decades of hard-earned accomplishment to her private practice.

She served as a law clerk in the California Senate Office of Research and the California Assembly Judiciary (2016), where she informed senators on significant public policy issues, vetted appointees, and reported on significant pending legislation. In 2016, she impacted land use in California by serving as a law clerk to the Trust for Public Land in San Francisco, where she produced reports which guided policy-makers in critical understanding of the risks and benefits associated with legislation, litigation, land-use applications before the Commission. She also served as a contracts assistant at Omnitracs LLC (2014) and a law clerk for the Friends of the River (2014).

In 2017, Muller founded The Law Office of Amanda R. Muller, Inc. as a vehicle for her drive to provide effective, efficient, and economical representation for middle-America. Focusing her abilities on family law, Attorney Muller delivers both full- and limited-scope representation in divorce, custody, support, and domestic violence cases in Sacramento and San Joaquin Counties, as well as adjacent areas. Her passion for the environment continues. In 2019, Attorney Muller lives in Elk Grove with her husband, their dog, six chickens (of which three provide fresh eggs), and an endless supply of rescue cats.