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Like any issue in family law, paternity and paternity cases can be complex. Essentially, paternity cases are parentage cases, and they are the way that the court makes orders to say who the child’s legal parents are. If the parents are married when a child is born, the question of parentage is usually assumed and automatically established. But for unmarried parents, the parentage needs to be established legally, through a paternity case.

Continue reading to learn more about paternity cases, including the process of establishing parentage and the reasons to do so. And if you’re in need of a divorce attorney in Chandler or the surrounding area, schedule a consultation with The Law Offices of Michael D. Miller Jr. today.

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How do you know if you’re in a marriage that is heading downhill towards divorce? While every marriage, and every couple, is unique, there are some common reasons why couples tend to get divorced. Divorce usually occurs after years and years of trying to make the marriage work, and it can feel like small problems just add up over the years until one (or both) of the partners believe that they would be happier outside of the marriage.

Here at The Offices of Michael D. Miller Jr., we offer legal representation during a divorce. If you’ve made the decision to get a divorce, know that our law office is here for you. Continue reading to learn more and if you’re in need of a divorce lawyer in Chandler, schedule a consultation today.

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Choosing the right family law attorney during your divorce is important, as they’ll be by your side through the entire process, helping you reach the best possible outcome. More so, the right family law attorney can mean the divorce process moves more smoothly, but in order to pick a divorce lawyer that works for you, you need to know what to look for!

In today’s blog post, The Law Offices of Michael D. Miller Jr. is sharing a few tips to keep in mind while you are choosing a family law attorney. Continue reading to learn more, and if you’d like to schedule a consultation in Chandler, contact us today.

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If you are in the middle of a divorce, you can expect to start hearing questions about custody and parenting time. Parenting time used to be called “visitation,” and you may be slightly more familiar with this term.

Parenting time is determined on a case-by-case basis, and can be fluid. It is primarily used to refer to the time the noncustodial parent spends with the child. The court and parents work together, with their divorce lawyers, to determine an appropriate amount of parenting time for the noncustodial parent that works with the parents’ schedules. Typically, parents are advised to work out the parenting portion of their divorce on their own or through divorce mediation, since only you know the nuances of your schedules.

In today’s blog post from The Law Offices of Michael D. Miller Jr., we’re sharing some general information about how parenting time is determined and what factors are involved in that decision. Continue reading to learn more, and if you’re in need of a divorce lawyer in Chandler,...

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Co-parenting after a divorce is never easy, but there are ways to help give your children the stability, security, and closer relationships with both parents that they need to thrive. As a divorce lawyer, Michael D. Miller Jr. understands how stressful and challenging navigating divorce can be. But he also knows many parents and children who thrive after going through the process!

In today’s blog post, The Law Offices of Michael D. Miller Jr. is sharing a few tips for co-parenting as divorced parents. Whether your divorce agreement allows for joint decision making, equal parenting time, or some other arrangement, following these tips can help make co-parenting work for you, your ex, and your children.


Divorce is a difficult process, and it only gets more complicated for individuals with higher net worth. There are more financial assets to divide, more issues to potentially contest, and more to gain or lose financially in the separation.

On top of this financial stress, you also have the emotional stress of separating with your spouse, and, if children are involved, determining parenting time. During this trying time, it’s important to have an experienced divorce attorney on your side. The Law Offices of Michael D. Miller Jr. in Chandler are here to help you reach a fair and agreeable settlement in a high net worth divorce case. Continue reading to learn more.

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Many people are familiar with the idea of child custody, which is a term used when discussing where a child would live for the majority of their time. But here in Arizona, courts have split the term “custody” into two separate parts:

  • Legal Decision Making

  • Parenting time

In today’s blog post, we’ll be talking about the difference between these two terms and how it affects those filing for divorce. If you are going through a divorce or thinking about hiring a divorce attorney, it is important to familiarize yourself with Arizona divorce law. Here at The Law Offices of Michael D. Miller Jr. in Chandler, our family law attorney has nearly 40 years of experience helping people through the divorce process. Continue reading to learn more, and if you’re ready to book a consultation, contact us today.


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