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Timothy D. Ament Law Firm, P.C.

Personal Injury, Family Law, Wills
And Estates In Waterloo, Iowa

Sound Legal Representation For Your Case

With 28 years of experience, Timothy D. Ament can bring you trusted service, advocacy, and a solid record of proven results. When you work with this firm, you will work directly with leading attorney who will remain committed to your interests.

Timothy D. Ament is licensed to appear before the U.S. Supreme Court, the Federal Northern District of Iowa, the Federal Southern District of Iowa, and the Iowa District Courts.

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He is a member of the Iowa State Bar Association, the Family Law Section and the Blackhawk County Bar Association.

Timothy is an involved citizen in his community, profession and church; having served on boards and commissions for the City of Waterloo, for his church, and his bar association. He has served on a local parochial school board as well as being active with the Boy Scouts, youth sports and Optimist Club. Tim has been married to his wife Patricia since 1986 and is the father two children.

Active memberships:

  • Iowa Bar Association, Member,
  • Iowa Bar Association, Family Law Section, Member
  • Black Hawk Co. Bar Association, Member
  • Black Hawk Co. Bar Association, Treasurer
  • Black Hawk Co. Bar Association, President

Published works to go along with a rich history of law

Timothy Ament has practiced law in Northeastern Iowa serving clients since 1988. He has substantial civil trial and litigation experience dealing in car accidents, dog bites, and other personal injury cases. Tim has also represented many individuals and families in divorce, adoption, conservatorship, and guardianship cases.

He has authored a scholarly work entitled “Parent’s Loss of Consortium Claims for Adult Children in Iowa: The Magical Age of Eighteen”, published at 41 Drake L.R. 247 (1992). That article was critical of a rule of law that prevented parents from recovering damages suffered by their children who had reached the age of eighteen years, a law which has since been overturned.

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