Is Your Family Growing?
The Miller Firm has represented adoptive parents in over 50 adoptions. The choice to build your family through an adoption is a life long process and one based on love. Although the legal aspect of adoption has a finite end, the effect lasts a lifetime. Because adoption is the single most legally significant event in your life, it is important to choose a lawyer that understands that significance. Whether it is domestic or international adoption, relative or non-relative adoption, or adult adoption, we are experienced in navigating the adoption process. Our goal is to make sure that every adoption is legally secure, professionally handled and emotionally respected.
Child Custody Cases
Gaining or changing custody of minor children, whether through divorce, after a divorce or for other reasons, is oftentimes a very volatile situation. We want to help you make decisions that are in the best interest of your minor child and you. Besides navigating you through the custodial process, our firm will help you develop a quality parenting plan that anticipates the changing needs of your family. The Miller Firm is ready to help you with any custody matter from the complex and contested to the agreed and temporary. We will compassionately assist you.
Seeking a Divorce?
Even if your divorce seems amicable, it is of the utmost importance that you seek legal representation.
You deserve a divorce attorney who cares enough about the outcome of your divorce to help you every step of the way. The Miller Firm has the experience in matters of family law necessary to ensure all your rights are upheld. When you become one of our clients, you receive the individualized attention you need, regardless of how long the case lasts. Call (865) 475-8339 today to find out why so many clients have depended on us for divorce representation and let us provide legal protection in order to face the difficulties of divorce, including: Alimony, Asset Division, Child Relocation, Child Support, Contested & Uncontested Filing, Selling Assets, Spousal Support, and Visitation Rights.