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Practice Areas

Consult an estate planning attorney in Fairfield,
Mount Pleasant & Van Buren County, IA

Real Estate Planning

Preparing to buy or sell a home? Don’t make any decisions about real estate in the Fairfield, IA region without a qualified real estate attorney by your side. The Miller Law Office can assist you with the real estate planning process—we’ll handle everything from drafting contracts to closing the sale.


Estate Planning

You might not give your estate much thought now, but in the future, you’ll wish you started planning earlier. Organizing your assets and creating a comprehensive estate plan can seem overwhelming—a qualified estate attorney can help.


Probate Law

When a loved one passes away, you have a thousand things on your mind. The last thing you want to worry about is executing their will. But if you were named as a beneficiary in a loved one’s will, you need to meet with a wills attorney right away to begin the probate process.


Family Law

Family law cases are challenging and often overwhelming for everyone involved. You want to move forward quickly, and Miller Law Office can help. We offer family law services throughout Fairfield, Mount Pleasant, IA and the surrounding areas.



Miller Law Office provides abstracting in Jefferson, Henry, Van Buren, Wapello and Keokuk County. An abstract of title is a written history of all the recorded documents and proceedings related to a specific property. When a sale contract is authorized, we research all the recorded records related to the property for examination by our attorneys to guarantee Buyers that there title to the property is free of title defects, encumbrances, liens and judgments.


Title Insurance

Miller Law Office provides Title Insurance for secondary market lenders through Iowa Title Guaranty. Iowa's Title Guaranty program guarantees Iowa real estate property titles and facilitates the mortgage lenders' participation in the secondary market to help assure the integrity of Iowa's land-title system. In other words, it eliminates the risks and prevents losses that can occur when a title is defective and protects home owners and mortgage companies against errors and omissions.


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