Helping you navigate the law with confidence.

At Farrar | Moore Law, we are passionate about giving people like you the insight needed to handle the legal aspects of changes to your property or business. From buying and selling property to conducting business, we’ll help you achieve your goals.


Practical issues are typically intertwined with legal problems. Our approach combines established legal procedure with a uniquely practical approach. We help you navigate complex issues and find the simple solutions that work best for your needs.

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Passionate Advocacy

The situations of your life change over time. You buy and sell property, conduct business, and navigate the challenges of aging. On this journey, you often need an advocate. A trusted advisor with your best interests in mind. We are experienced counsel you can trust.

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Proven Advisor

Let our experienced team handle the legal details professionally, so you can move forward with confidence. From carefully prepared legal documentation to supportive advice, we manage the details so you can focus on what is most important to you and your family.


Founding Partner

Amy Farrar’s clients love working with her because she takes a practical approach to solving their complex legal problems in an efficient and ethical manner.

Farrar is a former litigator, which helps her plan for a client’s needs with an eye toward avoiding a conflict in court. Farrar now focuses her practice on transactional business, employment and real estate law, estate planning and elder law, and probate. She is also recognized statewide as a leading appellate lawyer, handling all kinds of civil appeals in both state and federal court.

After graduating cum laude from Wake Forest University and the University of Mississippi School of Law, Farrar clerked for Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Cornelia A. Clark. Farrar then then spent six years at an esteemed Nashville law firm before founding her own law firm in 2012.

Farrar is counsel of record in dozens of appeals, including several notable Supreme Court decisions, and is sought out by attorneys across the state as a resource for appeals of all kinds. Farrar has served as Chair of the Nashville Bar Association’s Appellate Practice Committee and as Chair of the Executive Council for the TBA Appellate Practice Committee. Farrar regularly presents Estate Planning, Elder Law, and Appellate Practice seminars to attorneys across Tennessee and was an Assistant Editor of the Tennessee Appellate Practice Handbook for over ten years.

Farrar has served as an Adjunct Professor of Business Law at Middle Tennessee State University. She is a current Member of the Andrew Jackson Inn of Court, and has been selected as a Mid-South SuperLawyers “Rising Star” for six consecutive years.

Farrar is actively involved in her community and is a Ruling Elder at First Presbyterian Church of Murfreesboro. She serves on the Board of Directors and the Executive Board at the Discovery Center at Murfree Spring and is a past Board Member of the Murfreesboro Noon Rotary Club. Farrar is currently serving as the Third Vice President of the Charity Circle of Murfreesboro, a Trustee of First Presbyterian Church, the Middle Tennessee Delegate to the Board of the Tennessee Lawyers’ Association for Women, and the Treasurer for the Middle Tennessee Lawyers’ Association for Women.

Farrar is sought after by her clients because of her community involvement, leadership in the legal field, and hard work to solve their legal issues practically and efficiently.

She is married to attorney Jeff Farrar; they have three active young sons.

Law School: University of Mississippi College of Law, J.D., 2005 cum laude
Undergraduate: Wake Forest University, B.A., Political Science, 2000, cum laude
Practice Areas: Appeals, Business Law, Real Estate Law, Employment Law, Estate Planning, Trust Law, Elder Law, Probate, Conservatorships
Admissions: Tennessee, Middle District of Tennessee, Western District of Tennessee, & Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals
Training: Tennessee Bar Association Leadership Law Program, Class of 2011; Affiliate Real Estate Broker, 2014 – present.

Amanda Moore

Founding Partner

Amanda Moore’s compassionate approach to her clients comes from a long career in public service. A graduate of Yale Law School, Amanda currently serves as an elected member of the Board of Education for Murfreesboro City Schools. She clerked for the Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, a position that gave her an intimate view of appellate practice. She then spent many years in the nonprofit legal sector and also taught a wide range of courses at Vanderbilt Law School, Middle Tennessee State University, and Morehead State University. Her commentary on bankruptcy law has appeared in the New York Times Letters to the Editor and the Lexington Herald-Leader.

She is married to Jason Vance, a professor and librarian at MTSU. They have a teenage son and daughter.

Sharon Dieringer


Sharon Dieringer is originally from Cookeville, Tennessee, and graduated from Tennessee Tech in 1997 with a degree in Psychology and minor in English Literature. Before attending the University of Tennessee College of Law, she was an intern in the District Attorney General’s Office in the 13th Judicial District of Tennessee. While in law school, she focused her course of study broadly, with courses emphasizing transactional as well as advocacy aspects of the legal profession. She earned academic honors awards in the areas of Constitutional Law and Evidence. She served as an Acting Student Assistant District Attorney during the summer while in law school under Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 7.

She has called Murfreesboro home since 2004, when she and her husband relocated. She was a former law clerk to the Honorable J. Mark Rogers, Circuit Court Judge for Rutherford and Cannon Counties. She is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association and the Rutherford/Cannon County Bar Association.

Sharon is active in her community, particularly in her children’s schools. She is also an active member of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, where she serves as a member of the vestry.

She and her husband have 2 daughters.

Law School: University of Tennessee, College of Law, J.D., 2002
Undergraduate: Tennessee Technological University, B.S., Psychology, 1997
Practice Areas: Probate and Conservatorships
Admissions: Tennessee

Bobbie Jean Lamar


Bobbie Jean Lamar began her legal career as Staff Attorney to respected Nashville Judge Randy Kennedy in the Probate Court for Davidson County. She graduated cum laude from the Nashville School of Law, gaining entry to the prestigious Cooper’s Inn. Her accolades include recognition by the Tennessee Supreme Court as a Law Student for Justice.

Originally graduating from Thomas Jefferson University magna cum laude, her career as an attorney began after over 15 years of nursing. This experience initially included roles in cardiac care and hospice nursing, working with families in need of compassion and hope.

Ms. Lamar’s love for the elderly led her to focus solely on hospice care, focusing her professional efforts on patients diagnosed with various forms of Dementia, providing nursing care, education, and advocacy to her patients and their families. Ms. Lamar comes to the firm with a unique combination of specialized education and experience that combines her practical experience and compassion for the elderly with her legal acumen.

Law School: Nashville School of Law, J.D. cum laude
Practice Areas: Probate Law, Conservatorships, Estate Law, Elder Law
Admissions: Tennessee

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