Amy Pennza

Amy Pennza

Amy Pennza is a freelance writer and a licensed attorney. With a background in family law, estate planning, and business law, she covers a wide variety of subjects in her articles. Amy believes that information about legal rights should be widely accessible and approaches her writing with the idea that articles should be written in clear, conversational language unburdened by dry, legalistic terminology. She has a Bachelor's Degree from Kent State University and a law degree from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.

Divorce Attorney

With nearly 10 years' experience as a family law attorney, Amy is an expert in:

  • Child and spousal support
  • Custody disputes
  • Mediation
  • Parent relocation
  • Property division
  • Settlement negotiation
  • Juvenile matters
  • Collaborative divorce
  • Other domestic relations areas

Guardian ad Litem

A child of divorce herself, Amy now serves as a Guardian ad Litem, representing children in juvenile and domestic relations courts. A passionate advocate for families and children, she understands the emotional, mental, and financial toll of divorce.

Amy is a frequent contributor to self-help divorce sites dedicated to helping people navigate the divorce process. She has written articles on the divorce process on nearly every state in the country.

Insurance and Estate Planning Expert

Amy is an estate planning attorney and covers many insurance subjects in her articles. She is a certified hospice volunteer and provides free legal services to terminal patients and their families. Watching people and their loved ones tackle tough end-of-life decisions in real life has given her tremendous insight into providing more in-depth material in her writing.

Amy covers a broad range of insurance products in her writing, including:

  • Whole and term
  • Health and life
  • Long-term care

Amy is also well-versed in Medicare and writes about supplemental Medicare insurance for the elder population. She writes a blog for PeopleKeep.

Mortgage Experience

As a mom of four children under the age of five, including a set of twins, Amy understands that buying a house is always a huge decision. Whether you're on your first, second, or third property, financing a home is a major undertaking, especially when you have a family to consider.

Amy has written numerous articles about the mortgage industry, from how to qualify for financing, to the pros and cons of reverse mortgages. She has also prepared dozens of real estate purchase agreements in her law practice and is familiar with how the mortgage process works step-by-step.

Credit Cards

Much of Amy's writing focuses on consumer credit cards and debt management solutions. With a legal background in successfully litigating claims under federal credit consumer protection laws, she has written a number of articles on how to repair credit and negotiate removing negative notations from credit reports.

As consumer credit continues to spiral ever upward, Amy is dedicated to providing readers with helpful strategies for responsible money management tools.

Connect With Amy Pennza

If you're interested in contacting Amy about her work, you can connect with her on LinkedIn.

Most Recent Contributions by Amy Pennza

How to Get a Massachusetts Divorce

Although divorce is often perceived as a costly, time-consuming process, it does not have to be. Massachusetts couples can take advantage of ... Read More

Louisiana Divorce Laws

Divorce laws in Louisiana are governed by Article 103 of the state's Civil Code. These laws establish Louisiana as a community property stat ... Read More

Oregon Divorce Law

Couples who wish to end their marriage in Oregon can choose from traditional divorce or an expedited form of divorce called "Summary Dissolu ... Read More

Utah Divorce

Divorce is a relatively straightforward process in Utah, which helps make what is ordinarily an emotional, turbulent time, more approachable ... Read More

Wisconsin Divorce

Although ending a marriage is never an easy decision, the divorce process does not have to be difficult. Wisconsin couples can benefit from ... Read More

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