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Amanda E. O’Driscoll, Esq.

Amanda O’Driscoll, an Associate with Sher & Associates, PC attended Albright College, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy. She earned the departmental award in Philosophy, while also completing a minor in women’s study. While attending high school, college and law school, Amanda worked part-time in the fields of television, print and internet advertising and marketing.

Amanda attended the evening division program at Widener University School of Law Delaware Campus. Widener University School of Law is a very competitive University and boasts that since 1998, over 3,600 Widener Law graduates have been admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar – more than any other Pennsylvania area law school. While enrolled in law school, she was a paralegal for a family law firm and also worked several jobs, which included waitressing and bartending.

Amanda is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. She has worked in the field of family law, bankruptcy and real estate for over ten years and her employment history gives her a unique understanding of the law from numerous perspectives. In addition to family law, she has experience in the areas of estate planning, decendent’s estate matters, adoption, guardianship, real estate matters, business matters and equine law.

In her spare time, Amanda enjoys riding her two thoroughbreds in dressage and hunter competitions or going for a stroll down the trail. She and her husband also enjoys classic cars and can be seen attending various car show and meets in her orange 73 Vette. She has rescued various turtles, who live on her farm in Oley, with her two dogs, chickens and cat.

Practice Areas

Family Law, Estate Planning and Administration, Adoption, Real Estate, Unemployment Compensation Appeals, Equine Law, Business Formation and Transactional Work, Guardianship

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