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Commercial Law & Business Planning
Immigration Law
Lending & Precious Metals Financing
Family Law/Domestic Relations
Real Estate Law

Miller & Caine, L.L.P. was founded in January 1995 by Joe Miller and Patrick Caine. The firm originally focused its practice in the areas of transactions lending and real estate, with a particular focus on precious metals financing. These areas remain a significant portion of the firm's practice. The firm also maintains a strong and expanding immigration practice, focusing primarily in the area of business immigration as well as family-based immigration and naturalization. More recently, the firm has expanded to include a strong domestic relations practice, and to provide counseling in the areas of quick service franchise management and franchisor/franchisee relations.

Our clients are engaged in a variety of businesses and services, including financial services, medical and healthcare services and technology, toys, games and game-based entertainment, defense contracting, education, computer software and technology, insurance services, food and beverage franchises, retail, hotel and resort management, art and jewelry design, industrial design and supply and interior design.

Most of Miller & Caine's lawyers previously were attorneys at major firms in Providence and Boston, and maintain sophisticated practices in their areas of expertise. The firm prides itself on its professionalism, excellent client service, responsiveness and competitive billing rates.

We welcome your inquiries and look forward to discussing your individual legal needs. Contact us.


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