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Family law issues related to divorce and separation involving child custody and child support and division of assets and liabilities can be extremely stressful. At The Law Offices of David A. Miller, PC, we understand that you are going through an emotionally difficult time and that along with the court rulings, the decisions you make now will affect your future and your relationship with your children.

We help protect you and/or mitigate unfortunate family situations through the emotionally charged areas of custody, divorce, separation, modification and restraining orders. We know you want an attorney who will keep your interests in mind and most importantly seek a result that is in the best interests of your children. We will discuss your options in clear terms, and we will fight for your rights as a parent or as a spouse. Our family law practice includes:

  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Visitation
  • Parental Rights
  • Modification of Support or Support Orders
  • Division of Property
  • Protection of non-marital Property
  • Legal Separation
  • Mediation
  • Prenuptial Agreements
  • Separation Agreements
  • Contempt proceedings

Finding the Option That Works for You

We don't believe that the same options work for every single client. We listen to your goals and objectives and seek to find the solution that meets your needs and desires. Typically, it is advisable to reach a resolution of your case through negotiation, court assisted mediation or private mediation rather than through a protracted, expensive and messy public airing of your marital dispute through litigation. Sometimes, however, you are left with no alternative than to proceed with litigation and we have the knowledge and experience to aggressively seek to reach your objectives while simultaneously informing you of the practical realities of the case and the costs of litigation both financially and emotionally.

Mediation is a useful alternative dispute resolution (ADR) method for parties who wish to resolve their family law disputes outside the courtroom. Divorcing couples may use mediation to reach agreements on division of assets, child custody, spousal and child support, and other issues. Mediation can take place in a private, neutral setting, giving the parties a chance to make their needs known and find amicable compromises.