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Kimberly Miller

3300 Edinborough Way, Suite 550
Edina, Minnesota 55435
United States
Office Phone: 952-428-7830
Member since 2009
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Lawyer, Mediator, Mental Health Professional

If you are looking to lessen the emotional and financial strain that often accompanies transitions in your marriage and family – such as divorce, separation or child custody disputes – consider collaborative law or mediation. These alternatives to traditional litigation are non-adversarial, cost-effective, client-controlled and seek to preserve the dignity and emotional well-being of all. My legal experience and training in relationships, problem-solving and negotiation help me represent and guide clients to arrive at the most agreeable resolutions for all, while respecting and honoring relationships. I offer a free consultation to discuss your options.

Area(s) of Practice: Collaborative Law, Family Law, Mediation, Coaching
License(s): Attorney, State of Minnesota Minnesota Supreme Court Rule 114 Roster -- Family Mediator

Professional Activities

~Collaborative Law Institute, Minnesota ~International Association of Collaborative Professionals ~Minnesota State Bar Association ~Minnesota Women Lawyers ~Volunteer Attorney, Children's Law Center ~Chair, Philanthropic Committee, Women on the Edge ~Named a "Rising Star" by Minnesota Super Lawyers (2008, 2009, 2011) ~Named "Up And Coming Attorney" by Minnesota Law & Politics (2010) ~Named a "Super Lawyer" by Minnesota Super Lawyers (2014)

Undergraduate Education

Brown University, B.A. with Honors in Modern Culture & Media (1997)

Professional Education

Cornell Law School, J.D. (2002)
University of St. Thomas, M.A. Counseling Psychology with Marriage & Family Certificate (expected 2011)

Comments

After years of litigating business and family disputes, I recognized the devastating psychological and financial impact litigation can have on individuals, couples, children and other loved ones. Last year, I decided to leave the courtroom behind and pursue mental health training to enhance my ability to counsel and guide family law clients to resolution. I specialize in non-adversarial alternatives to traditional family law litigation. For such important transitions as divorce or child custody, I believe collaboration is often the best way for clients to resolve conflicts and preserve relationships, while maintaining control of the process.