About Miller Estate and Elder Law
Meet Our Estate & Elder Law Attorneys
Bill Miller, Attorney at Law
A Calhoun County native, Bill attended University of Alabama where he earned his undergraduate degree. After graduating from the Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, he returned to Anniston to start his law practice.
Though a successful litigator, in recent years Bill has turned to assisting clients with different types of matters: estate planning, Veteran’s benefits, Medicaid eligibility, long-term care planning, and planning for those with special needs.
Due to his interest in helping senior citizens and their loved ones, he joined the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys and is a VA accredited attorney. In addition to his membership in Alabama State Bar, Bill has served as president of the Calhoun County Bar Association.
To stay in touch with his community, Bill assists local charities and is a member of the Kiwanis Club of Anniston. Bill and his wife, Kelly have 5 children and are members of the Church of the Highlands. In his free time, Bill enjoys the outdoors, playing golf, reading and spending time with his family.
Judson Miller, Attorney at Law
Judson Miller was born in Birmingham, Alabama. He attended Spain Park High School and graduated in 2012. Judson attended the University of Alabama where he received his bachelor’s degree in Marketing in 2016. Judson enrolled at Birmingham School of Law where he attended night classes while working at Alexander Shunnarah Injury Lawyers. Upon his graduation in May 2020, Judson left his job at Alexander Shunnarah Injury Lawyers to prepare for the bar exam. Upon passing the bar exam in July 2020, Judson joined his father, Bill Miller, at Miller Estate and Elder Law.
Judson has two German Shepherds named Callie and Bronx. Judson met his fiancé, Brittany, in law school while working at Shunnarah. He proposed to her in December 2020 and will be getting married in October 2021. Judson enjoys playing golf, Alabama football, and playing with his dogs.
Mary Barnett, Client Services Coordinator
Mary grew up and attended college in North Carolina. She also worked in North Carolina until 2002, when she and her husband, Jeremy, moved to Anniston, Alabama.
Mary has been Bill’s legal assistant for eleven years. Mary is also the firm’s office manager.
An active member of the Coldwater United Methodist Church in Oxford, Mary serves as church treasurer, works as a lay leader, and teaches a Youth Sunday School Class. An outdoor girl, Mary loves working in her flower garden and playing with the dogs she and her husband call their “4-legged kids.”
Peyton Dickinson, Client Services
A Jacksonville State University alumna, Peyton holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications and minored in political science. The world of communication always interested her with its ability to teach connection between all types of people. Political science was a draw because it offered insight into the way government works, and insight fosters understanding and harmony. Her favorite pastimes at the university included watching productions by the drama department, hosting radio shows in the communications department with her friends, and enjoying nature while walking on campus.
Peyton works in Client Services, and her background in communications aids her in aptly assisting all of our clients. She is always happy to listen and interpret clients’ needs so that they get the assistance they deserve.
Native to the area, Peyton loves spending time outside in Alabama’s great outdoors and supporting local businesses and restaurants. Beyond that, she also enjoys singing, playing guitar, and the arts.
818 Leighton Ave.
Anniston, AL 36207
2100 Southbridge Parkway; Suite 650
Birmingham, AL 35209
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