Catherine C. Miller, Esq. is the founder of Miller Law & Mediation, LLC. Her primary focus is ensure clients of the firm receive the best possible representation. Catherine is also responsible for managing the efforts of her team, and enhancing the firm’s service offering.
Catherine is a member of the Maine and New Hampshire State Bar Associations. She has more than 18 years of experience practicing law and over 15 years practicing family law exclusively. Prior to opening her own firm, Catherine was a partner in Givertz, Hambley, Scheffee & Lavoie, P.A. Recently, Miller Law & Mediation joined forces with The Law Offices of Clarke C. Hambley to expand the firm’s practice areas to include representation of small businesses, real estate, and estate planning.
Over the past fifteen years, Catherine has continued her study of issues pertaining to children and families, taxes, finances, alternative dispute resolution, mediation and conflict management. She is a Certified Mediator, has trained in the Collaborative Law model, and is a rostered Guardian ad Litem. Catherine is also a Fellow the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
Catherine is very active in her community and is passionate about furthering of the legal profession. She formally served as a member of the Executive Board Member to the Maine Guardian ad Litem Institute (2004-2005, 2014- 2015), Maine State Bar Association Family Law Section (Chair – 2006 – 2008), (Vice Chair -2005 – 2006), (Secretary -2004-2005), and Kids First Center Board of Directors (2006-2015).
Recently, Catherine was appointed by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court to serve on the Maine Board of Bar Overseers Grievance Commission and the Maine Guardian ad Litem Review Board to preside over attorney and guardian ad litem grievance complaints.
Catherine is a graduate of Le Moyne College B.A. (1993) and the University of Maine School of Law, (J.D. 1997). She is admitted to practice in Maine and New Hampshire, and in the U.S. District Courts for Maine and New Hampshire.