We help you so you can help them.
A Special Population
As of January 2019, around 30,000 children remain in the foster care system in Texas. These children have unique needs – and so do the families that care for them.
Kinship and foster families are often left in the dark about their child’s case. What’s happening in court? What’s next? Should I sign this document? What’s PMC?
Sometimes all you need is a little advice. That’s why we offer a variety of services to help you understand the process.
How We Can Help
We offer coaching services to help educate families about the overall process, as well as provide specific advice on their case.
We can help navigate the adoption process, including understanding PMC versus adoption, filling out paperwork, or facilitating the actual adoption in court.
We can help foster and kinship families intervene in their child’s CPS case, if possible.
Why Choose Nicole?
As a parent herself, Nicole understands the issues parents face and seeks to help guide parents through the legal process with kindess and honesty.
Flat fees. Payment Plans.
Nicole believes that everyone should have access to an attorney, so she offers flat-fee pricing and payment plans, if needed. Additionally, her flat fees are based on a sliding income scale.
Many law firms do not willingly embrace new technology. Nicole does - which helps automate her practice and keep costs down.
Attorneys are bound by various ethical rules, so everything we do at Nicole Miller Law is grounded on integrity and honesty.
Everyone Deserves Justice
We believe that every person should have access to an attorney. That's why we offer exceptional legal services through various pricing solutions and plans.
Education = Empowerment
We believe that parents are their children's best advocates, so we seek to teach our parents how to ensure their child is supported and successful.
We are excited to meet your family. If you have any questions, please fill out the form at the link below. While this website provides helpful information, it is not a substitute for legal advice. In order to create an attorney-client relationship, you'll need to sign an engagement agreement.