John Miller specializes in all areas of family law including divorce, child custody modifications, child support, and guardianship matters.
As a Lt. Col. and State Staff Judge Advocate in the Idaho Air National Guard, John is uniquely qualified to assist military members in their family law matters as well as retirement issues.
Natalie Greaves believes that the best lawyers are peacemakers, working to find solutions in even the most emotionally-charged situations. Inviting an attorney into your situation can either simplify or complicate your experience. Having someone "fight" for you only prolongs the fight. Instead, look for an attorney that will solve problems for you.
Natalie has served clients both in Idaho and Arizona. She graduated Cum Laude from the Arizona State University School of Law, one of the top public law schools in the nation. She has also worked in chambers with judges at nearly every level of court, including externships at the federal trial court and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Additionally, Natalie works as both a litigating attorney representing individual clients in family law and guardianship cases as well as working as a family law mediator and as an attorney guardian ad litem.
Ana's family law practice focuses on divorce, custody disputes, child support determinations, parental rights terminations and adoptions. Ana believes that it is important to try to reach an arrangement that is in your best interests and the best interest of your family, regardless of if that requires a trial or if the parties are able sit at the table and come to a reasonable agreement.
One area of legal practice that is not criminal and not family law, is the civil protection order process. Ana is well versed in assisting with obtaining and retaining a civil protection order or defending against a request for a civil protection order. These matters should not be taken lightly as they can have significant impact on your freedoms and liberties as well as custodial matters.
Ana graduated with B.A.'s in Political Science, History, and Spanish from the University of Idaho in 2004. After graduation Ana worked for Canyon County Prosecutor's Office as a victim witness coordinator. In 2007, Ana enrolled at the University of Oregon School of Law and in 2009 graduated with her Juris Doctorate. Following law school, Ana returned to the Treasure Valley where she spent four years with the Ada County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.
In 2013, Ana began her criminal defense and family law career.
Ana was born and raised in southwestern Idaho on a dairy farm, she grew up picking rock, hauling hay, feeding calves, and milking cows. She learned about hard work and dedication at a young age, which has carried over to her legal career.
Ana now resides in Boise with her beautiful family who love to camp, raft, snowboard, watch and play sports. She recently retired from roller derby and now coaches a middle school volleyball team, as well as, plays both co-ed and women's recreation volleyball.
250 S. 5th St., Suite 850
Boise, ID 83702