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Cleveland Elder Law Firm
Our law firm is able to assist with a full array of planning ser ...
Our law firm is able to assist with a full array of planning ser ...When people in Cleveland, Tennessee, need knowledgeable and committed counsel for estate planning matters and elder law, they turn to Miller Law Firm. For more than 25 years, our founder, Jeff Miller, has helped individuals and families preserve assets and take control of the future. His dedication to the community runs so deep, in fact, that he served as state senator of Tennessee for 12 years while still maintaining our practice.
Our law firm is able to assist with a full array of planning services and needs. We offer help with:
• Powers of attorney
• Tax planning
• Charitable giving
• Business protection
We also provide niche attention to veterans benefits. Our clients include single and unmarried couples, blended families, and widows and widowers. Whether people have estates worth $50,000 or $5 million, we work relentlessly to preserve them. When no longer needed, our office ensures assets transfer to loved ones as intended.
In addition to these services, we handle probate, guardianships, future care planning, precrisis and crisis planning, Medicaid issues and trust administration. Miller Law Firm takes cases in Bradley County and surrounding counties. For utmost convenience, we accept credit cards as payment and offer a free initial consultation to prospective clients.
About Miller Law Firm
- Elder Law
- Estate Planning
- Veteran's Benefits
- Power of Attorney
Melodie Lay, Client Services Coordinator
Natalie Burns, Professional Services Coordinator
Kelsey Haley, Veteran's Benefits Coordinator
701 17th Street NW Cleveland, TN 37311
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
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