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There are few legal issues more personal than those that involve your family. Whether you are considering ending your marriage through divorce or adding to your family through adoption, the legalities involved can feel overwhelming. Joan Miller is a family law attorney who has maintained an office in Shakopee for more than 20 years. She concentrates on guiding individuals and families through Minnesota family law issues such as divorce, child custody and support, and adoption.
Joan represents mothers, fathers, grandparents and children in family law cases, and is adept in litigation and alternative dispute resolution, including mediation and arbitration.
Joan focuses on resolving your legal issue in an efficient manner that achieves your goals while protecting your rights. Joan understands that your case is unique, so she begins by listening to you — the details of your situation, your objectives and your concerns — and she continues listening to you throughout your case. When Joan speaks, it is to provide clear explanations as she guides you through the legal process. When you have questions, Joan answers them.
Joan knows that it is important for you to understand the legalities of your case so you can feel in control during what may be a chaotic time in your life. Since 1991, she has provided a compassionate, supportive environment while assertively working to resolve even the most challenging family law issues.
From her office in Shakopee, Joan Miller represents clients throughout Scott County, Carver County, Dakota County, Hennepin County, Le Sueur County, Rice County and Sibley County in Minnesota. Contact the firm online or call 952.445.5244 for a free initial consultation. Joan is available from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Scott County family law attorney Joan Miller has more than 20 years of experience...
Individuals seeking a divorce in Minnesota must meet certain criteria...
Joan has extensive experience helping couples with the adoption process...
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