An experienced and compassionate attorney helping you achieve your immigration dreams
Marriage And Family Immigration
Citizenship And Naturalization

LGBT
Immigration

Asylum, Waivers And Removal Defense
Visas And Other Options

Facing Bankruptcy? Let Me Get You Back On Your Feet.

One of the most valuable lessons I have learned in my over 24 years as a lawyer is that people face difficult legal situations often through no fault of their own. All too often, bankruptcy is one of these moments — medical debts, loss of a job, divorce and other life events can all leave you overwhelmed with bills and debts you can no longer manage.

I am attorney Amie D. Miller. While my primary practice is in immigration law, my passion is in helping people identify and embrace opportunities to reset their lives. Call me at my San Francisco office: 415-362-8602.

Moving Forward With Confidence

As I guide you through bankruptcy, I will work with you to determine the options that best serve your interests and that set you up for long-term financial health. I can assist with:

  • Chapter 7: Most individuals and couples file for Chapter 7 personal bankruptcy. If correctly managed, this option can wipe out your consumer debt and provide you with a fresh start.
  • Chapter 13: Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings are a phenomenal opportunity to restructure your debt while also maintaining much of your current assets. It does not eradicate debt but can help you get on top of your finances.
  • Debt negotiations: Many people benefit from actively talking to their creditors. This may give you the flexibility to reset your financial life without undergoing bankruptcy filings.

I pay attention to the details and work to create a dynamic strategy that protects you.

Get Vigorous Representation Without Compromising On Personal Care

At the Law Office of Amie D. Miller, I go above and beyond to create paths to a better future. If you are ready to talk, I am ready to craft a solution.

My firm is a debt relief agency. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

Img Amie Advise