Amanda S. Mueller - A Cordell & Cordell Columbia Divorce Attorney

Amanda S. Mueller

Litigation Attorney

Columbia divorce attorney Amanda S. MuellerColumbia divorce attorney Amanda S. Mueller’s experience working with families and children as an attorney for the Department of Social Services opened her eyes to the immediate and direct impact that family court can have on a family and child.

“Once I started working in family law, I knew that everything I did touched a person’s life and really made a difference,” Ms. Mueller said, “and that is not a responsibility I take lightly.”

Ms. Mueller understands that no two divorce cases are exactly alike, and that what may have worked in one situation may not be the best course of action for another.

“You have to look at each client’s situations on a case-by-case basis and tailor the course of action accordingly,” she said.

During her initial meeting with a client, Ms. Mueller always explains that the process ahead is not going to be easy, but that she is there to provide help and support along the way.

“While the client may not like everything that I have to say, I will always do my best to explain and help him understand the ‘why’ just as much as the ‘what,'” she said.

Licenses & Admissions

Ms. Mueller is licensed to practice in South Carolina.


Ms. Mueller earned her Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management from the University of South Carolina. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Mueller was a paralegal in law school. After passing the Bar, she was a County Attorney for the Department of Social Services representing Richland and Kershaw County in child abuse/neglect proceedings.


  • South Carolina Bar


  • Graduate of the South Carolina Bar’s 2016 Leadership Academy.
  • Attended the National Family Law Trial Institute in Houston, Texas, in 2017.

Speeches, Seminars, & Publications

  • Taught the “Overview of Child Protection Proceedings” section for the South Carolina Bar’s Law School for Non-Lawyers in 2016 and 2017.


“​Amanda has done wonderful, she has been extremely comforting. She helps to keep me comfortable through the whole thing and is always on top of everything.”
“​Amanda is very respectful, knowledgeable and has been very supportive of me. I would give her a ten.”
“​We were very pleased with Amanda’s handling of the case. When we asked a question or we stated concern about something, she listened and responded accordingly. If Amanda didn’t know the answer, she got us an answer.”