Amy Kennedy

Dart Adamson & Donovan, LLC


Amy Kennedy is a family lawyer whose practice focuses on complex and high-net-worth marital estates, with representation in litigation, mediation, and collaborative law. She also assists clients with drafting and negotiation of marital and relationship agreements and related estate planning needs.


Univserity of Utah/1997/JD

Admitted to Practice


AAML Position(s) Held

  • Mountain States Chapter: President (2022-23)
  • President-Elect (2021-22)
  • Secretary (2019-21)
  • Utah Fellows of Mountain States Chapter, President (2019-20).

Legal Organizations

  • Legal Aid Society of Salt Lake Board of Trustees:—Member (2013 to Present), Chair (2016-18).Utah Association of Collaborative Professionals:—Member (2001 to Present), Chair-Elect (2012 – 2013), Chair (2014), Secretary (2016) Utah Supreme Court Ethics and Discipline Committee: Committee Vice Chair (2024 to present)
  • Screening Panel Member (2015 to 2021), Screening Panel Chair (2019-20). Women Lawyers of Utah: —Attorney Member (2000 to Present) CLE Committee Member (2012-2013), Publicity Committee Member (2014-2015).Young Lawyer’s Division, Utah State Bar: —Member (1997 – 2006), CLE Committee Co-Chair (2004-2006), Needs of Children Committee Co-Chair (2003-2004), Membership Committee Co-Chair (2000-2002).

CLE Presentations

  • Til Death (or Divorce) Do Us Part – The Intersection of Family Law and Probate (S. J. Quinney College of Law – 2023)
  • Let’s Get a Plan – the Intersection of Estate Planning and Family Law (AAML Mountain States Chapter meeting 2021)
  • Personal Estate Planning for Busy Women Lawyers: No More Excuses! (Women Lawyers of Utah (2018)
  • Rule 4-902: Limited Scope Investigations of Domestic Issues (Utah State Bar – Limited Scope Representation Committee -2018)
  • Introduction to Family Law (Utah State Bar New Lawyer Training Program -2012)
  • There is Such Thing as a Simple Divorce (Utah State Bar Convention – 2010)
  • Divorce Basics (Utah State Bar Fall Forum, 2006)
  • Equitable Distribution in Divorce Settlements in Utah: Valuation, Taxation and Other Issues (2002)

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