Kimberly Miller
3300 Edinborough Way, Suite 550, Edina, Minnesota, 55435

Second Address
5 Edgecumbe Place, St. Paul, Minnesota, 55116

If you are looking to lessen the emotional and financial strain that often accompanies transitions in your marriage and family such as divorce, separation or child custody disputes, consider collaborative law or mediation. These alternatives to traditional litigation are non-adversarial, cost-effective, client-controlled and seek to preserve the dignity and emotional well-being of all. My legal experience, financial certification, and training in relationships, problem-solving and negotiation help me represent and guide clients to arrive at the most agreeable resolutions for all, while respecting and honoring relationships. I offer a free consultation to discuss your options.

After years of litigating business and family disputes, I recognized the devastating psychological and financial impact litigation can have on individuals, couples, children and other loved ones. Years ago, I decided to leave the courtroom behind and pursue mental health training to enhance my ability to counsel and guide family law clients to resolution. I specialize in non-adversarial alternatives to traditional family law litigation. For such important transitions as divorce or child custody, I believe collaboration is often the best way for clients to resolve conflicts and preserve relationships, while maintaining control of the process.

YearTraining TypeInstructorHours
2009 Basic Collaborative Law Training Stuart Webb & Ronald Ousky 12.00
2010 Mediation Training Aimee Gourlay, Dispute Resolution Institute 40.00
2010 Basic Interdisciplinary Training Victoria Smith & Dr. Susan Gamache 7.50
2011 Basic Interdisciplinary Training Tonda Mattie & Others 13.00
2012 Advanced Collaborative Law Training Chip Rose 8.00
2013 Chip Rose Collaborative Law Training Chip Rose 12.00
2013 Intersection of Recovery and Collaborative MN Collaborative Law Institute 2.75
2013 Holistic Approach to Law Practice for the Woman Lawyer Kimberly Miller 7.00
2013 FinPlan Fundamentals AJW Financial 1.50
2014 What’s Love Got To Do with It? Fetzer Institute & MN CLI 16.00
2016 What Family Court Judges Want You to Know Members of the MN District Court 4.00
2016 Ethical Considerations in Family Law HCBA & RCBA 1.00
2017 Exclusive Private Briefing Constance Ahrons 1.50
2017 Advanced Collaborative Law Training Ronald Ousky 1.50
Areas of Practice
  • Family Law
  • Mediation
  • Coaching
  • Financial Neutral
Undergraduate Education: Brown University, B.A. with Honors in Modern Culture & Media (1997)
Postgraduate Education: University of St. Thomas, M.A. Counseling Psychology with Marriage & Family Certificate (2011)
Law School: Cornell Law School, J.D. (2002)
Professional Licenses
  • Attorney, State of Minnesota
  • Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist
  • Minnesota Supreme Court Rule 114 Roster — Family Mediator
  • Certified Divorce Financial Analyst 
Professional Activities
  • Collaborative Law Institute, Minnesota
  • International Association of Collaborative Professionals
  • Minnesota State Bar Association
  • Minnesota Women Lawyers
  • Volunteer Attorney, Children’s Law Center
  • Chair, Philanthropic Committee, Women on the Edge
  • Named a “Rising Star” by Minnesota Super Lawyers (2008, 2009, 2011)
  • Named “Up And Coming Attorney” by Minnesota Law & Politics (2010)
  • Named a “Super Lawyer” by Minnesota Super Lawyers (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)

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