Nancy L. Miller is passionate about helping good people who are dealing with difficult circumstances. Focusing on Estate Planning, Estate Administration, and Probate Litigation, Nancy assists clients and their families as they navigate the probate process, safeguarding the futures of their children and grandchildren, and helps them cope with the difficult process of losing a loved one. With 40+ years of experience, Nancy understands the nuances of estates and trusts to creatively problem solve in an expeditious manner, resulting in the best possible outcome for her clients.
Born and raised in Clinton, Nancy has spent her entire life living and working in Prince George’s County, Maryland. A graduate of Surrattsville High School, Mrs. Miller attended the University of Maryland, where she received her undergraduate degree in Business and Public Administration. After graduating from college, Mrs. Miller went to the University of Baltimore Law School, where she attended classes in the evening while working full-time. Following graduation from law school, Nancy returned to her hometown and founded the Law Office of Nancy L. Miller in 1978. In 2009, Mark Miller joined the firm, now known as Nancy L. Miller and Mark C. Miller, Attorneys at Law.
In addition to her private practice, Mrs. Miller was appointed as Assistant Attorney General for the State of Maryland, handling complex civil litigation and accident cases for the Maryland State Highway Administration. Due to her strong work ethic, Nancy was able to simultaneously manage her own private law firm and serve as Assistant Attorney General for over twenty-five (25) years. At the time she retired from the Attorney General’s Office, she was one of the only lawyers in the state to serve as a full-time Assistant Attorney General while also maintaining a private law firm.
Nancy also cares deeply about her community. As a proud Surrattsville High School alum, Nancy created a scholarship fund in the name of her late mother and father which scholarships she has given out each year to graduating Surrattsville seniors. Nancy has also actively worked as a champion for women’s rights and has been dedicated to addressing the needs of women in the legal profession. She is the former President of the Prince George’s County Women’s Bar Association, and was the keynote speaker at Women’s Equality Day at Fort Lee.
Awards & Recognition
- American Bar Association (ABA) – Distinguished Service Award
- Archdiocesan Legal Network – Outstanding Volunteer Award
- The Catholic Archdiocese of Washington – Pro Bono Legal Services Award
- Peer Review Committee of the Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland
- Prince George’s County Women’s Bar Association – Former President
- Prince George’s County Bar Association
- Maryland State Bar Association
- Women’s Bar Association of Maryland