Amanda Thoele is a Jacksonville native and is dedicated to serving the Jacksonville community. Amanda decided to become an attorney because she enjoys helping others. As a law student at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Amanda served as Student Works Editor of the Journal of Law and Public Policy and represented family law clients as a certified legal intern in the Virgil D. Hawkins Civil Clinic. Currently, Amanda assists clients with estate planning and in various civil and criminal matters. Amanda is also actively involved in the community. Amanda has represented clients ranging from individuals to some of the largest banking institutions in the country. Amanda’s litigation experience and strong negotiation skills allow her to obtain favorable results for her clients, whether that means litigating a case to trial or negotiating a strong settlement. Amanda is also a creative and detail-oriented planner, which allows her to thoughtfully craft wills and trusts to accomplish her client’s goals and assist her clients in planning their estates. Regardless of the type of case Amanda is handling, she takes the time to listen to and get to know each client because she believes it is her responsibility to meet her client’s needs with the highest level of care and individualized attention.
University of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D.
Emory University, B.A. Political Science
Professional associations and memberships
Member, Florida Bar
Member, Jacksonville Bar Association