I received my Bachelor’s Degree from Rutgers University in 2006, earning a double major in both History and Criminal Justice. Thereafter I attended New England Law|Boston, where I received my Juris Doctorate in 2013. While in law school, I was a contributing member of the New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement and also served as the school’s American Bar Association representative. During my final year of school, I was honored with the C.A.L.I. “Excellence for the Future” award for my work in Trial Practice, a distinction reserved for the most outstanding student.  During law school I was employed as a paralegal by O’Brien Law Offices, gaining valuable experience and learning from one of the best appellate attorneys in the state.

While I have experience with various legal matters including personal injury, civil litigation, and criminal law, I specialize in family law. Issues of the heart are particularly stressful and private.I strive to deliver professional advice with a personal touch. I understand that when clients hire me to assist them in any family law matter, whether it be a divorce, modification, child custody, or child removal case, they want someone who is diligent, prepared, and aggressive in his representation of them. I am that attorney. I take pride in being approachable and down to Earth when it comes to my clients, as it is vital that they feel comfortable with me as a person, and in our relationship,so that the lines of communication between us always remain open.

I've been designated a Rising Star every year since 2016, a recognition which is only given to the top 2.5% of attorneys under 40 in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

John P. Miller

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