Hanna E. Amar

Hanna’s passion for her client’s difficult and deeply personal situations stems from her own family’s experiences, which is what has led her to dedicate her career to the practice of Family Law. As an attorney, she believes it is important to use the skills and knowledge she has earned to provide her clients with realistic expectations about their case and help them achieve favorable results.

Hanna was born in Michigan and grew up in Phoenix, Arizona. Prior to becoming a licensed attorney, she received her undergraduate degree with honors in 2012 from Arizona State University, and received her Juris Doctor degree from Arizona Summit Law School in 2015, graduating in the top 15% of her class. While in law school, Hanna focused on sharpening her skills, and obtaining practical knowledge, by serving as the Vice Managing Editor of the Law Review, as well as a Writing Fellow for the Writing Center. She also served as a teaching assistant to the Honorable Stephen Gerst.

Hanna has extensive trial litigation experience in the areas of divorce, legal decision-making and parenting time, child support, relocation, grandparent’s and third party rights, and community asset/debt division. She has successfully litigated high-conflict cases in various counties, as well as reached full agreements through mediation and alternate dispute resolution. In addition to her litigation practice Hanna is also a Family Law Mediator.

Hanna delivers a profound level of professionalism, compassion, and understanding to her clients and their needs.

Areas of Practice


  • Arizona Summit Law School, Phoenix, Arizona
    J.D. – 2015
    Law Review: Arizona Summit Law Review, Vice Managing Editor
  • Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
    Bachelor of Science – 2012
    Minor in Family Studies and Development
    Certificate in Advanced Writing


  • State Bar of Arizona
  • United States District Court, District of Arizona