Worcester Divorce & Family Law Attorneys
Hundreds of Futures Successfully Protected
Miller Law Group, P.C. has nearly 100 years of collective experience among 10+ attorneys, paralegals and staff. With offices throughout Massachusetts, including Worcester, we are able to represent individuals throughout the state. Our law firm’s exclusive focus is on obtaining optimal results in all family law matters for married, unmarried, LGBT, and military couples.
Our cases include issues involving:
- Custody and parenting plans
- Child support
- Property division
We are the family law firm that knows the Massachusetts family court judges better perhaps than any other law firm in the state. Each of our attorneys is deeply familiar with the procedures and judicial styles of every court in Worcester. Our familiarity with the judges and their idiosyncrasies means we can strategically frame your case in the strongest possible position. It also keeps us from making crucial errors that naturally come from not being a local law firm.
Ready to put our experienced team in your corner? Contact Miller Law Group, P.C. in Worcester today for a free consultation! We can lay out your legal options and get started on your case right away.
Thorough & Comprehensive Preparation
Miller Law Group’s divorce attorneys in Worcester provide some of the most meticulous and strategic case development in the region. Among our clients and their families, we’re known for paying attention to the details—we often hire third-party specialists and experts to give us the competitive edge in every aspect of your case. Because we develop every dimension of your family law goals, we ensure that the case is more than ready for trial.
Our team of specialists include:
- Forensic accountants
- Property appraisers
- Education consultants
- Vocational experts
Having a trial-ready case provides you with abundant strategic advantages. The chief one is that having a proactive lawyer puts you in a stronger position no matter where your case goes. Being trial-ready is an obvious requirement if your case goes to court; however, even if you’re negotiating through mediation, being ready to go to court puts pressure on the opposing team and makes it more likely that they’ll settle with you on your terms.
Our proactive approach begins with filing first on your behalf—if you haven’t been served with divorce papers, filing first helps you start the divorce case on your timetable. Call our Worcester family law attorneys to learn more about how we can fight for your future!