Utah Divorce Attorney

Aaron B. Millar

Aaron B. Millar

Aaron was tough, persistent, thorough, and well-prepared from start to finish
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Bio:

Aaron B. Millar is a passionate advocate for good people going through tough times. Aaron is a skilled litigator whose practice focuses on divorce and family law. Before joining Walker, Steiner & Schmidt, he practiced at an international law firm in Los Angeles and a highly regarded law firm in Salt Lake City. His years of big firm experience allow him to handle even the most complex of cases, while still delivering the individualized attention, dedication and compassion characteristic of a small firm. Regardless of the size of the case, Aaron excels at finding creative, cost-effective solutions that fit his clients’ individual needs. When the occasion demands, he is a tenacious litigator willing to take a case to trial and even to appeal, as shown by his multiple victories before the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, the level of courts just below the U.S. Supreme Court. Recently, Aaron litigated one of the largest child support cases in Utah from petition to trial.

Aaron’s passion for family law stems from his own family situation. Aaron became a step-father to his two oldest children when he married his wife ten years ago, and he has worked to build a beautiful blended family. In his spare time, Aaron enjoys spending time with his wife and five children in the beautiful outdoors and following his favorite sports. Aaron offers detailed initial consultations so you can learn how you can protect your rights in a complex legal system.

Bar Admissions:

  • Utah, 2009
  • California, 2004

Areas of Practice:

  • Divorce and Family Law
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

Education:

  • UCLA School of Law

    J.D. - 2004

  • Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah

    B.A. in Philosophy, magna cum laude - 2000


Publications:

  • "Risks of Private Agreements to Reduce Child Support"
  • “The Mortgage Lender's Primer on a TILA Rescission Claim, Utah State Bar Journal, July/August 2012
  • “The Effects of Bankruptcy on Debts Owed to a Former Spouse”
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