Amanda is a wife and mother who enjoys spending time with friends and family when she is not in the office. Amanda graduated from Marshall High School in 1998 and then attended The University of Texas at Austin where she earned her undergraduate degree. She then attended Texas Wesleyan School of Law where she earned her Juris Doctorate. After law school, Amanda moved backed to East Texas to open a firm where she has focused on family law and helping families in the East Texas areas.
Amanda has a unique perspective of family law as she has been both a lawyer and a client in a family law case. Not only does Amanda have firsthand experience as a client in a family law case, but her staff does as well. Amanda and her staff have the ability to be truly empathetic with her clients. She has focused on family law cases exclusively in her practice for almost 15 years. It is because of this level of vocation that she is able to truly help her clients through any issue or problem that they may have in a family law case.
If you find yourself in a situation that you need help with not only from an attorney but from a person that can truly understand where you are coming from, please give Amanda a call and let her and her staff help you through this very difficult time.
Amanda Minatrea received the Regional Outstanding Community Resource of the Year award for her hard work on behalf of Harrison County Foster Children. Minatrea received the award along with Rachelle Mathis and Kim Ryan. "Wow! Harrison County is coming back with a bang," said the Regional President. Learn more about the award and the board that presented it here