What I Do…
Because of his vast experience with real estate law, Stephen understands how the process works and how to successfully navigate through the paperwork and potentially time-consuming obstacles that can snag a deal. He takes the time to spell out the possible outcomes in easy-to-understand language so clients can make informed choices and leave with the right documents in hand, but piece of mind as well.
There are many services Stephen provides his clients. Among the activities he performs for clients include:
- Title Searches
- House Closings
- Property Deeds
- Zoning Issues
- Estate Planning
Whatever issues you may have before or during the buying or selling process, a real estate attorney can often be a wise investment. That would be especially true for first buyers or sellers. Atty. Miller has the knowledge to make the process run smoothly!
- $1.2 MILLION LEAD POISONING JURY MATTER
- $400,000.00 SWIMMING POOL VERDICT
- $4 MILLION REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRANSACTION WITH THIRTY FIVE PROPERTIES
- $1.2 MILLION REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT COUNSEL NARRAGANSETT RI
- $750,000.00 HEAD INJURY JURY MATTER
Who I Am…
Esquire | Probate Judge
Stephen M. Miller, Esq., has been practicing real estate law for more than four decades. His experience in this aspect of law has helped numerous clients with their closings, transactions and questions/concerns in such matters.
Yet, Attorney Miller is far more than a North Providence-based Real Estate Attorney. He serves the community in many other ways:
Stephen presides as Probate Judge in his hometown of Lincoln. He serves in matters relating to trusts, Wills and the distribution of personal assets. Cases are heard on the fourth Monday of each month at the Lincoln Probate Court.
Stephen served as President or the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless (RICH). In this capacity, he advocated for policy issues on local, state and federal levels. He guided the Coalitions mission that consists of members from various government agencies and service providers.
Additionally, he served as the President of the Board of Directors for the House of Hope CDC in Warwick. There, he oversaw the direction of getting the organization out of unpaid tax issues and questions about its direction.
Judge Miller has been recognized for his work. Some of his accolades include the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless (RICOH) “Homeless Legal Clinic Award” in 2011, the Rhode Island Bar Association Board of Delegates and volunteers at The Amos House.
He also speaks during the RI Bar Association Foreclosure Prevention and Guardianship and works as a RI Superior Court Settlement Week Mediator. Stephen also
volunteers for Rhode Island Special Olympics along with his wife, Lori.
They also hold an annual golf tournament in memory of their son, Evan Robertson Miller, who passed away in 2015. More details about the event and Evan’s story can be found here.
He is involved with several business opportunities, including Business Networking International (BNI) Founders Chapter in Lincoln. He has served as the Chapter’s President, Vice President and currently serves as their Mentor Coordinator.
Evan Robertson Miller
Memorial Golf Tournament
One thing you will quickly learn about Atty. Miller is his charitable endeavors. While he works with the Rhode Island Special Olympics and other groups, his true passion is sharing the memory of his son, Evan.
Evan lived a wonderful life as a Lincoln resident, a Special Olympian and honor student before sadly passing away from cancer in 2015. Evan was inducted posthumously into the Rhode Island Aquatics Hall of Fame in 2016.
Both Stephen and his wife, Lori, hold an event help every October at Kirkbrae Country Club in Lincoln to raise money and awareness for those people living with developmental disabilities.
As Stephen said, “Evan was a strong boy in what he did and how he touched people’s lives. He loved the water and loved to swim. He was and continues to be a positive impact to those who knew him and understood his challenges.”
The event welcomes business, individual and community-based support. Sponsorship opportunities, donations, volunteering and other needs are cheerfully accepted.
2170 Mineral Spring Ave.
N. Providence, RI 02911