Sarah A. Miller was admitted to practice in Massachusetts in 2002 and has been a solo practitioner focused on real estate and estate planning since opening her own law office in 2009. Prior to this, Sarah practiced law at Dunn & Phillips, P.C. from 2005 to 2009, and has taught at the American Public University System and Springfield Technical Community College.

Sarah works with





real estate agent

s, and loan originators to achieve the common goal of a smooth closing. Whether one is




or refinancing your home, Sarah is available as a guide through the entire process.

Sarah offers a range of estate and elder law services that includes assisting clients with identifying, planning, and strategizing to meet her clients goals and needs. She does estate planning along with estate and trust administration because she thinks it is important to have a feel for how planning documents work after the planner passes away. Sarah values her client relationships and strives to honor and incorporate the human and compassionate face of law in counseling her clients.

Western New England College School of Law
Doctor of Law (J.D.)
1998 - 2001

Western New England College
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), English Literature (British and Commonwealth)
1996 - 1998

Hampshire College
Environmental Policy
1994 - 1996

Monson Jr./Sr. High School
1990 - 1994

Memberships and Organizations:
Palmer Historical Cultural Center- PHCC, Inc.- Harmony Hall
Vice President
Incorporated in April 2012


Law Offices of Sarah A. Miller
(413) 351-2100
75 North Main Street, East Longmeadow, MA  01028

The Law Office of Attorney Sarah A. Miller serves the following towns:
West Springfield, East Longmeadow, Springfield, Southwick, Longmeadow, Hampden, Wilbraham, Westfield, Indian Orchard, Three Rivers, Ludlow, Chicopee, Monson, Holyoke, Palmer, Thorndike, Bondsville, South Hadley, Granby, Wales, Brimfield, Agawam, Belchertown, Southampton, West Warren, Holland, Feeding Hills, Warren, Woronoco, Fiskdale, Russell, West Brookfield, Hadley, Amherst, Sturbridge, Berkshire County, Franklin County, Hampden County, Hampshire County and Worcester County.