About Us

The Law Office of Jared T. Amos serves all residents of Burke, Caldwell and Catawba counties. Our lawyer, Jared Amos, is originally from Asheville, North Carolina. He has been practicing law within the foothills of Western North Carolina since 2007 in the Historic Downtown area of Morganton, and in our new location in Downtown Hickory. Amos primarily focuses on representing clients in the area of family and domestic law, and criminal matters. He also provides services in the area of estate administration and corporate counsel. His extensive background has provided him with the training and education necessary to provide legal counsel and defense for all clients.
His educational background began as an undergraduate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he received a bachelor's in political science and in communication studies. He was a Trustee Scholar of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (Emmy Awards). His legal education began at Norman A. Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University, where he received his Juris Doctor. During this time, he received book awards for Criminal Trial Practice and Law Firm Computing, and was a scholarship recipient for the Dexter E. Floyd Family Foundation. He was also a recipient of a Campbell Law Academic Scholarship and a Teaching Scholar Scholarship.
As for legal experience, he is the founder of the Law Office of Jared T. Amos, which opened in 2009. Amos was also a former Department of Social Services staff attorney. He was previously an associate at Daniel Law Firm P.A. as well as an intern at Wake County Office of the Public Defender. Amos is licensed to practice law in NC by the North Carolina State Bar.

Jared Amos is a member of the 25th Judicial District Bar Association, comprising the counties of Burke, Caldwell and Catawba. He served as vice-president of this association from 2009 to 2010 and president from 2010 to 2011. He is a current member and past secretary and treasurer for the Burke County Bar Association. He is a member of the Family Law section of the voluntary North Carolina Bar Association, and was a past member of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice.