Family Law and Dependency
In addition to being emotionally overwhelming, facing a family law matter or dependency proceeding and having to go to court can be scary for most people. Ms. Miller is able to help explain the legal process in terms that are understandable. Ms. Miller will work hard to resolve your case in the most efficient and cost effective manner. She is a strong negotiator and firm believer it is in the best interests of all parties to resolve matters through negotiations. Ms. Miller is also comfortable in the court and has a reputation for a strong cross-examination. She has litigated numerous trials. Often, she is able to successfully work out a settlement with the defendant or respondent. Other times settlements occurs as a result of Ms. Miller’s deposition of the opponent. While there is never any guarantee in litigation, Ms. Miller will always guarantee to work her hardest and use her best efforts to secure an agreement or ruling that is in you and your family’s best interest.
Ms. Miller possesses the ability to relate to people from all walks of life. She strives to provide high quality legal representation at all times. Ms. Miller is a straightforward, honest person. Her constant client satisfaction is proof.
Dependency proceedings involve the Florida Department of Children and Families (the government). Facing a dependency case can be frightening and difficult. Often
Parents and families are confused about where to turn or what to do next. You need a compassionate, caring attorney on your side who will fight to help ensure your rights are not being overlooked and you and your family’s well-being is not compromised. Ms. Miller will give your case the individual attention you deserve.
Dependency law is a specialized area of law in Florida. Only a handful of attorneys in each county make appearances before Dependency Court. And even fewer work solely as a privately retained attorney. These cases are not routine child custody cases. Children can be removed from the home because of abuse, neglect, abandonment, or endangerment. Their contact with their parents can be limited or stopped entirely by Court Order. Ms. Miller has years of experience in dependency law. Ms. Miller’s careful legal guidance helps families navigate this difficult area of law to make decisions and fight for the best interests of their children. If you, a loved one or family member is facing a dependency proceeding, call Ms. Miller today for help.