Amber McFee

Amber McFee
Attorney
Brown Family Law, LLC

Amber McFee – Attorney

Amber McFee
Attorney
Brown Family Law, LLC

Amber has had the privilege of working in the legal profession for over 20 years. After a decade of being a seasoned family law paralegal, Amber received her undergraduate degree from Utah Valley University and went on to graduate from J. Reuben Clark Law School in Provo, Utah. In law school, Amber found her passion for stellar advocacy, a love of the courtroom, and confidence in navigating complicated litigation.

As a member of a blended family herself, Amber understands the necessity of creating workable solutions for separating families. Amber values the importance of a parents’ active role in their children’s lives and believes every child has the right to know and love each parent in a healthy and nurturing environment.

Amber is a proud mother of three, two of whom she shares with her husband. She enjoys outdoor adventures with her family. As a born and raised Utahn, she loves to camp, swim, kayak, scuba dive, and hike; but strangely enough, has never been skiing.

Areas of Practice

  • Divorce and Separation
  • Paternity
  • Custody
  • Child Support
  • Protective Orders
  • Stalking Injunctions

Bar Admissions

  • Utah, 2020

Education

  • Utah Valley University, 2017
  • J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University, 2020

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Utah State Bar Association
  • Family Law Division
  • Salt Lake County Bar
  • Women Lawyers

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