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Weatherford Divorce Law Firm
My goal is to keep you from worrying about the "what-ifs" in the years to come. I know how emotional family law can be...
My goal is to keep you from worrying about the "what-ifs" in the years to come. I know how emotional family law can be..."At The Law Office of Christopher J. Miller, I understand how important it is to take both today and your future into consideration when solving your family law issue. I help families in Weatherford and the surrounding areas find answers that help both today and beyond.
My goal is to keep you from worrying about the "what-ifs" in the years to come. I know how emotional family law can be. At The Law Office of Christopher J. Miller, I strive to present you with the options and consequences that come with each choice in a compassionate and practical manner."
About The Law Office of Christopher J. Miller
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Paternity and Guardianship
- Wills and Estates
- Personal Injury
- Criminal Law
- Contract Law
- Charlotte Srader, Legal Assistant, 817-818-1788
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
124 N. Main St. Weatherford, TX 76086- 3241
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday: Closed
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