Amy was born in Pennsylvania in 1981 and moved to Maine when she was thirteen. She obtained a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree from the University of Maine. In 2005, Amy moved to Ada, Ohio to pursue a Juris Doctorate at Ohio Northern University. In 2008, Amy was admitted to the practice of law in Ohio.
In February 2009, Amy joined Lange law Offices as an Associate Attorney focusing her practice primarily in the areas of bankruptcy and civil litigation. Since 2011, Amy has expanded her concentration into the area of domestic relations. In January 2013, Amy became a partner with Mr. Lange and the firm of Lange & Lambdin, LLC was formed.
Amy and her husband, Anthony, also an attorney, live in Kenton, Ohio and are the proud parents of two daughters, Lorelai and Natalie.
Areas of Practice:
Consumer Bankruptcy, Chapters 7 and 13
Foreclosure and Debt Collection Defense
General Civil Litigation
Extern for former Chief Judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of Ohio
Clerk for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee
U.S. District Court Northern District of Ohio, 2009
U.S. District Court Southern District of Ohio, 2009
Ohio Northern University, Petit College of Law, J.D. awarded, 2008
University of Maine, M.B.A. awarded, 2005
University of Maine, B.A. in Political Science with High Honors awarded, 2004
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Ohio State Bar Association, Member
Hardin County Bar Association, President
William Howard Taft American Inn of Court at Ohio Northern University, Member
Community Associations and Memberships:
Kenton Rotary Club, Vice President
Hardin County Optimist Club, Past President
Success Express, Volunteer