SA Telstra Business Women's Awards - Finalist, 2011
SA representative on National Steering Committee for Specialist Accreditation for Family Lawyers
Member of Specialist Accreditation Advisory Committee, Law Institute of Victoria - Family Law
Contributor to the Advertiser newspaper’s Family Forum Panel
Co-author of Practical Legal Guidance in Family Law, published by Lexis Nexis
Jane Miller is one of Adelaide’s few Accredited Specialists in Family Law. It means, simply, that her expertise in this complex field stands apart.
Jane possesses significant skills in resolving legal issues surrounding the breakdown of relationships. She also helps clients to address matters which may arise at the start of relationships.
As the leader of Adelaide’s largest Family Law team, Jane is aware of the direct impact her work has on clients’ personal lives. That’s why she aims to be a “legal companion”, helping to secure a resolution to stressful and heartbreaking problems.
Jane strives always to provide sensible, realistic and timely advice. When a client’s best interest is to keep a matter out of court, she uses her negotiation skills to seek a positive solution. It is her strong belief that minimising harm to the future relationship of the parties is crucial, especially where children are involved. When negotiation is not possible, her expertise as an Accredited Specialist comes to the fore in the courtroom.
Married, non-married and same-sex couples consult Jane for advice on property settlements, before and after separation. For people contemplating marriage or entering de facto relationships, Jane advises on asset protection and draws up agreements.
Clients find her advice invaluable on child support, spousal maintenance, and divorce cases – including those complicated by lost marriage certificates or the unknown whereabouts of a spouse.
With Jane as your advocate, you can be assured that complex processes will be explained in a straightforward way, so you can make the right decisions about your future.
17/3/13: Sunday Mail, Divorced and free to party. Click here
March 2013: SA Kids magazine, The law and blended families. Click here
19/12/12: FiveAA Radio, surrogacy laws in South Australia. Click here
15/11/12: FiveAA Radio, divorce impact on school children, custody and other family law issues. Click here
30/10/12: FiveAA Radio, child custody disputes during the holiday period. Click here
28/10/12: Sunday Mail, More click their way to divorce. Click here
27/9/12: Today Tonight, father avoiding child support payments overseas. Click here
23/9/12: The Advertiser, When domestic violence turns deadly. Click here
30/8/12: The Advertiser, Experts say more divorcing parents are relying on their own parents to care for their children. Click here
22/8/12: FiveAA Radio, live chat about family and divorce in South Australia. Click here
14/8/12: Today Tonight, surrogacy and South Australian law. Click here
12/8/12: Sunday Mail, Till death do us part ... but sign here first. Click here
7/6/12: Today Tonight, "pre nup" agreement issues. Click here
7/6/12: Five AA Radio, live chat about family law changes. Click here
6/6/12: The Advertiser, Change in abuse law set to test courts. Click here
28/5/12: ABC Radio, live discussion about pet custody issues. Click here
15/9/11: Today Tonight (Channel 7), Superannuation payouts. Click here
6/8/2011: The Advertiser, "Divorced couples share custody of pets". Click here
12/7/2011: 1395 FiveAA Radio, discussing proposed family law amendments with Leon Byner. Click here
11/7/2011: The Advertiser, "Threat to shared parenting". Click here
25/5/2011: Channel 7 News, discussing restraining orders for online issues. Click here
19/3/2011: The Advertiser, "Australian working Mums do it tough". Click here
11/4/13: Unplanned pregnancy: legal complications Click here
7/2/13: School's back: Implications for child custody arrangements Click here
19/11/12: Case study: Property settlements for 'intact' marriages Click here
30/10/12: Christmas and holiday custody: It's time to start negotiating Click here
16/10/12: What happens to a child and grandparent relationship after divorce? Click here
17/9/12: How to change your name after divorce Click here
24/7/12: How are divorce property settlements determined? Click here
23/7/12: Teenagers and divorce Click here
16/6/12: State surrogacy laws relaxed Click here
6/6/12: Understanding the new Family Law amendments Click here
9/5/12: Do I need a binding financial agreement? Click here
5/4/12: How to choose the best family lawyer. Click here