Who We Are
LLB, BSc (Hons), LLM, PGDipNP
Geoffrey qualified as a solicitor in 1977 and has practised in Crouch End for most of the intervening years, becoming familiar with the issues facing local businesses and local families, but also, living and working in a cosmopolitan city, building up a wide client base among people and companies with interests abroad.
He has since qualifying had many years’ experience in preparing Wills for clients and advising and administering estates, including dealing with contested estates, if necessary through the courts.
Miller Law Practice is Law Society accredited to carry out Wills and Inheritance law matters (Wills & Inheritance Quality Scheme) and he and his staff carry out annual mandatory training and examinations in this area. Geoffrey Miller also specialises in Family Law and is a member of Resolution and is a Collaborative (Family) Lawyer.
Geoffrey Miller is also a Notary Public as well as being a Solicitor, and as such is legally authorised to check documents and confirm that they are authentic. This service, called having a document “notarised” or “authenticated by a Notary Public” is almost invariably required for documents, certificates, contracts and property transactions to be used outside the UK.
JP, BA (Hons), CILEx
Marilyn qualified as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2003. Marilyn is the Miller Law Practice Probate Manager and has over 15 years’ experience in administering deceased estates from small estates where no inheritance tax is due up to large multi-millions pound estates, and estates which are straightforward, complex or contested. She undertakes training in Estate Administration every year under the firm’s WIQS accreditation to ensure she remains up to date with changes in the law.
Daniela’s particular interest and areas of expertise are residential conveyancing and preparing Wills, where she is pleased to provide a personal service to clients who return to Miller Law Practice each time they buy and sell property and/or want to make a Will, or a new Will. She has worked in these areas of law since 1985 and undertakes training and examination in Wills practice each year as part of the firm’s WIQS accreditation.