Amanda J. Karr
Attorney at Thompson Law Office, PC, LLO
13906 Gold Circle, Suite 201
Omaha, NE 68144
Phone/Fax: 402-330-3060, ext. 112
Summary of Experience:
Attorney Amanda J. Karr has been an associate attorney with Thompson Law Office since 2009. Amanda graduated with distinction in 2004 from the University of Nebraska College of Law where she was a member of the Order of the Coif, Nebraska Law Review, and the Nebraska Moot Court Board. She is admitted to the bar in Nebraska and Iowa. Amanda has been actively engaged in the private practice of law in Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska and surrounding communities as well as in Wichita, Kansas and surrounding communities.
Amanda Karr’s Nebraska law practice focuses on family law, including divorce, child custody, child support, paternity, and adoption, as well as bankruptcy and estate planning. She offers both traditional representation as well as limited scope representation for appropriate matters. Amanda is an advocate for making justice and legal resources more accessible to the general public and is a member of the Nebraska Supreme Court’s Pro Se Litigant Committee’s Sub-Committee on Limited Scope Representation. She also serves as the Treasurer of the Nebraska Women’s Bar Association and is a Member of the Milliard Business Association.
- Nebraska courts
- Iowa courts
- Kansas (inactive)
- Member, Nebraska State Bar Association
- Member, Nebraska Women’s Bar Association
- Juris Doctor, With Distinction, University of Nebraska College of Law
- Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude, University of Nebraska at Kearney
- Member, Order of the Coif
- Member, Nebraska Law Review
- Member, Nebraska Moot Court Board
Latest Family Law Blog Posts:
- Do you need a prenuptial agreement lawyer in Nebraska?
- 5 ways to divorce-proof your bedroom – LivewellNebraska.com
- Maintaining privacy during public divorce cases can be challenging
- Increasing divorce rate for baby boomers raises the stakes
- New home equity changes the conversation for divorcing couples
- Divorce, the first step: What’s the best way to tell your spouse?
- Finalizing Nebraska Divorces without Appearing in Court
- The Financial Impact of Divorce
- Barriers Exist for Same-sex Couples Seeking Divorce
- Responding to a Lawsuit in Nebraska