For more than three decades, the Colorado firm of Miller & Law, P.C. has represented businesses, families, and individual clients in a broad range of legal matters.
-Personal injury law
-Estate planning and probate
For further information about our areas of service, please see our practice areas overview.
At Miller & Law, P.C., we pride ourselves on giving answers - not theories. The hallmark of our firm is the broad scope of our practice, coupled with our reliance on a small group of highly-qualified professionals. We take a team approach to representation, drawing on the unique backgrounds of each of our nine skilled attorneys, whose diverse areas of expertise encompass the business, accounting, and science fields. Our team includes trial lawyers, appellate attorneys, trained mediators, arbitrators, and hearing officers. In recognition of our work, national directory of attorneys Martindale-Hubbell has awarded us its prestigious AV-Preeminent rating, indicating the highest levels of professionalism and ethical standards.
From our convenient location in Littleton, we are well-situated to assist clients across the Denver area and throughout Colorado. Several of our professionals are also admitted to practice in other states, and we have represented numerous clients with interests in foreign countries.
To find out how the firm can assist you or your organization, contact Miller & Law, P.C. today or call our 24-hour hotline. We accept Visa, Master Card and Discover.
1900 West Littleton Boulevard
Littleton, CO 80120
Miller & Law, P.C. assists clients throughout the Denver area in a wide range of residential and commercial real estate matters.
The firm's AV Preeminent-rated lawyers have the skills and experience to handle even the most complex transactions and litigation. Our services include, but are not limited to, all matters involving:
-Standard Purchase and Sales Agreements
-Title Analyses and Opinions
-Mechanics' Lien Foreclosures
The purchase or sale of real estate can be a highly complex and stressful process, but an experienced real estate attorney can help buyers and sellers alike ensure their interests are fully protected. At Miller & Law, P.C., we negotiate every aspect of the sale or purchase of property and carefully draft the final sales agreement. On behalf of buyers, our attorneys also perform title searches and issue professional opinions on the owners' rights to the property and any covenants or restrictions to which the property may be subject. In addition, in the event a title or other dispute arises, we draw on our extensive trial experience to handle any resulting litigation.
Mechanic's Lien Foreclosures
Under Colorado law, when subcontractors or material suppliers (but not suppliers to a supplier) provide labor or materials for a construction project, they can file a mechanic's lien against the property being improved. If the subcontractor or supplier is not paid upon the completion of a construction project, they may file a foreclosure lawsuit in the district where the property is located. However, it is important to act quickly, or risk losing the ability to obtain full payment; a mechanic's lien foreclosure lawsuit must be filed within six months of the substantial completion of the project or it will be barred by statute. Miller & Law, P.C. has a wealth of experience in all aspects of mechanic's liens foreclosure actions and subsequent collections and can assist material suppliers and subcontractors throughout the process.
Real Property Foreclosures
Miller & Law, P.C. represents both property owners and banks in judicial and non-judicial foreclosures on real property. Our attorneys have experience filing lawsuits on behalf of banks and other lenders in judicial foreclosures and filing Notices of Election and Demand and other documentation with the Office of the Public Trustee in non-judicial foreclosures. We can help stop foreclosures on behalf of property owners by negotiating workouts, short sales, or other options, or through aggressive litigation. In addition, we can assist banks and property owners with post-foreclosure issues, including deficiency judgments and rights of redemption.
Robert H. Miller is a partner at the law firm of Miller & Law, P.C. representing clients in the areas of civil litigation, construction law and litigation, business law, and employment law and in matters concerning corporate organizations, small business corporations, mechanics' liens, contractor performance bonds, public works, and federal contracts.
Mr. Miller has been practicing law for over 30 years. He has received Martindale-Hubbell's AV-Preeminent rating for his legal ability, his adherence to professional standards of conduct, and his ethics, reliability, and diligence. Mr. Miller has influenced Colorado law through the reported case known as In re Regan, which was instrumental in determining the proper construction of the Colorado Mechanic's Lien Trust Fund Statute in bankruptcy proceedings. For more information on this case, please see our published cases.
Mr. Miller earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida and a Master's of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of North Florida. He continued on to Memphis State University to obtain his Juris Doctorate and serve as Associate Editor of the Memphis State University Law Review. He is the former President of the Professionals for Colorado Contractors Council and has been a member of their Legal Advisory Committee, Legislative Committee, and Associate/Subcontractor Council since 1990. He has also been a member of the Construction Committee of the American Bar Association since 1992.
-J.D., Memphis State University, 1978
-M.B.A., Accounting, University of North Florida, 1975
-B.S., University of Florida, 1970
-State Bar of Colorado, 1979
-State Bar of Tennessee, 1979
-U.S. District Court, District of Colorado, 1979
-U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit, 1979
-U.S. Court of Federal Claims, 1979
-U.S. Supreme Court, 2004
-Professionals for Colorado Contractors Council
-Legal Advisory Committee, 1990 - present
-Legislative Committee, 1990 - present
-Associate/Subcontractor Council, 1990 - present
-Member, Construction Committee, American Bar Association, 1992 - present
-Colorado Bar Association
-Denver Bar Association
-Association of Trial Lawyers of America
-Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
-Associated General Contractors
-American Subcontractor Association
-Associated Builders and Contractors
-Sheet Metal Contractors Coalition
-Fowler & Peth, Inc. v. Regan (In re Regan), 151 P.3d 1281 (Colo. 2007)
-In re Regan, 477 F.3d 1209 (10th Cir. 2007).
Memphis State University