Amanda Cohen

Amanda N. Kania graduated from the University of South Florida Muma College of Business in 2010, with a bachelor of science in Business Economics. This is where she met her husband Ryan, who claims to have “noticed her right away.” Amanda maintains she was the only female in the advanced macroeconomics course.

In 2014, Amanda graduated from Stetson University College of Law with a Juris Doctorate degree. While pursuing her degree, Amanda volunteered with the Florida Guardian Ad Litem Program, advocating for children in the Florida court system. Upon graduation, she was awarded for outstanding leadership among student law associations.

Amanda joined The Law Offices of John A. Williams, PLLC, in 2018 and currently provides the individual attention clients require for matters involving estate and business planning, elder law, and asset preservation strategies. She also handles cases involving probate, Medicaid and VA planning, and guardianships.

Amanda is a Tampa native and continues to call the area home. She and her husband are active volunteers with the Humane Society of Tampa, fostering liters of puppies and kittens too young for adoption.  Amanda was awarded The Humane Society of Tampa’s President’s Volunteer Service Award in 2018.


Juris Doctorate, 2014, Stetson University College of Law
Bachelor of Science in Business Economics, 2010, University of South Florida

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