In the courtroom and in life, Amy Feldmann was always a fighter when she needed to be. After beating it once, she lost her battle with liver cancer in May 2021 at the age of 35. She was passionate about her family, her work and about life. Despite a demanding work schedule, she put a premium on quality family time and time with her friends. From maintaining her sons nightly ritual of bathing and bedtime stories (even when she was very ill) to making time for weekly game night with friends.
Amy’s often sarcastic, but reasoned approach to life was at the heart of her professional success. She combined pragmatism, creativity and her deep understanding of the law to get the best results for her clients. Amy focused solely on family law because it gave her the opportunity to utilize her relationship building, legal strategy, and her trial skills to help people during some of the most challenging times of their lives.
Amy was a valued member of Moore, Schulman, & Moore’s team since 2018. Throughout her career she was a much sought after family law attorney. While she guided her clients to the most cost effective way to settle their cases, her legal prowess in the courtroom gave her an advantage if litigation was the best option. Amy also gave back to the law community by mentoring law students and helping them hone their trial performance skills at UCSD.
Having balance in her life was important to Amy. She loved exploring San Diego’s parks and trails and paddle boarding with her family. Fitness was a top priority; she put her competitive spirit to the test in triathlons.
Amy always strove to be her best and to live life to the fullest. We are saddened by her untimely death, but we also celebrate the way she lived her life. She leaves behind her husband Chris; son, Jax; and stepdaughter, Autumn.