Howard M. Miller, Attorney


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Adoption, Child Support, Criminal, Farms, General Practice, Real Estate, Divorce


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I handle cases involving domestic matters including divorce, child custody and visitation, child support, and adoption. I also handle criminal matters and real estate.

As an attorney, my job is to protect the interests of my clients and give them full and frank advice on how the law affects them.

I was first licensed in Virginia in 1977 and have been practicing law here in the Hampton Roads area since that time. I am admitted to practice in all courts of Virginia, both State and Federal, from the lower courts to the Court of Appeals.

I am a member of the American Bar Association, Family Law Section, the Virginia Bar Association, Family Law Section, and I am the past president of the Board of Directors of the South Hampton Roads Family Law Organization. I currently serve on the board for collaborative law. I have taught classes to paralegals in the field of family law and I lecture once a month to Ex-Partners of Servicemen as to their military benefits due to their marriage to a service member.

Please contact me by phone or e-mail (hmiller@millermarx.com) to discuss how I can help you.

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Suite 205
Norfolk, VA 23502
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