Rachel

Miller

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Osceola, IN
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in IN
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About Rachel

Rachel has true compassion for people and the law. She understands the complex legal system in Indiana and wants to help people navigate these complexities during their ups and downs in their lives. During law school, she served an externship with the Indiana Court of Appeals and was a child advocate in cases involving termination of parental rights and children in need of services. After graduating from Robert H. McKinney School of Law, she began her career as an attorney practicing primarily in the areas of Family Law, Collections, Criminal Law, and Civil Litigation. In 2019, Ms. Miller opened her own legal practice focusing on providing compassion, knowledge, and hope to Elkhart and St. Joseph county residents. She is licensed to practice in the State of Indiana and the United States Northern District Courts of Indiana.

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