Amanda Hayes Rudolph
- Estate Planning
- Trusts, Probate & Estate Administration
- Real Estate
- Domestic Relations
- Business Formation
- J.D., University of Illinois College of Law (2015)
- M.A. Sociology, The George Washington University (2012)
- B.A. Sociology (minor Russian Language & Literature), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2010)
Mrs. Rudolph is the firm’s newest Associate Attorney and former Law Clerk to Mr. Gant Redmon. She concentrates her practice in estate planning, probate, trusts and estate administration, real estate transactions, and domestic relations. Mrs. Rudolph strives to provide personalized attention to all of her clients through effective communication and organization, walking them through each step of their case. Mrs. Rudolph is also a Title Agent for the firm’s title company, RPB Title, LLC, and a RESA Certified Settlement Attorney for RPB Settlements.
During law school, Mrs. Rudolph worked as a student attorney in the University of Illinois College of Law’s Civil Litigation Clinic, Family Advocacy Clinic, and Domestic Violence Clinic, advocating for indigent families seeking divorce and child custody, domestic violence survivors, emancipated young adults, and neglected juveniles, for which she received the College’s Clinical Legal Education Outstanding Student Award in 2015. She also interned for the Republic of Korea Embassy in Washington, DC, where she conducted research for and consulted with the Legal Attaché on extradition, foreign affairs, and immigration issues.