Channing Miller

Firm Name - Biloski & Miller

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Telephone No. - 865-264-4887
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Biography - Channing understands that dealing with any legal matter is often the most difficult, confusing, and even frightening event in a person’s life. She knows that each legal dilemma is unique and will require a systemically tailored strategy and thorough and diligent execution. Channing’s goal is to ensure each client has the best information available to them so they fully understand their options, to prepare them for what they can expect throughout their particular case, and guide them through to the end with as little stress as possible. Her client’s benefit from her ability to provide practical, realistic solutions outside the courtroom while being a tough and tenacious advocator in the courtroom. Channing is a zealous yet compassionate advocator from the initial consultation to the final resolution. Her client ratings speak to the level of representation she provides to each client. Channing’s practice focuses primarily on domestic relations law including divorce, child custody, modification of parenting plans, dependency and neglect actions and adoptions as well estate and probate matters, including wills, and personal injury. Channing has represented individuals in matters varying from an international abduction and custody dispute and complex divorces to drafting simple wills and navigating the probate process. Channing represents clients in all counties in East Tennessee and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee. Channing is an East Tennessee native, graduating in 2005 from Clinton High School. She then went on to the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, where she graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Philosophy. During her undergraduate studies, Channing was involved in many organizations, including serving as the President of the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity, and was the recipient of the General Assembly Merit Scholarship, the Edgar Guenther Scholarship and the Volunteer Scholarship, along with the HOPE scholarship. She spent a summer during her undergraduate studies interning for Senator Bob Corker at his Knoxville satellite office. After joining the workforce for a year, Channing went on to pursue her legal degree at the University of Tennessee College of Law. There she participated in the Homer A. Jones Wills Clinic where she was able to assist economically disadvantaged clients with estate and trust planning. She also participated in the Non-Profit Clinic while in her third year and assisted non-profit organizations in their start up adventures. Channing clerked at Ritter & Biloski in Oak Ridge during her time in law school and after becoming licensed to practice law in November 2013, moved positions from clerk to attorney. She and Lauren started the association, Biloski & Miller, in 2017. Channing married the love of her life, Gabriel Miller, in 2012. They are members of Temple Baptist Church in Powell and live in the Claxton community with their crazy eyed Australian Shepards, Banjo and Shiloh. Banjo can often be found on Channing’s office couch and will sometimes “grunt” a greeting! Channing enjoys traveling with her husband and all varieties of sweets and desserts.

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State of Practice - Tennessee