Abigail W. Miller

Abby Miller was raised in Hurtsboro, Alabama and subsequently moved to Columbus, Georgia. After graduating from Brookstone School, Abby continued her education at Auburn University where she graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. While at Auburn, Abby was a member of Kappa Delta sorority while also being involved in other various social and philanthropic activities. After graduating from Auburn, Abby continued her education and attended John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, Georgia.  While at John Marshall, Abby served as a research assistant for Professor Beckett G. Cantley, assisting in the publication of an article regarding the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010. See Beckett G. Cantley, The New Section 1202 Tax-Free Business Sale: Congress Rewards Small Businesses That Survived the Great Recession, 17 FORDHAM J. CORP. & FIN. L. 1127 (2012). Abby subsequently graduated from John Marshall in 2011.

Following law school, Abby served as a law clerk to Superior Court Judge Frank J. Jordan and Superior Court Judge William C. Rumer, both of Georgia’s Chattahoochee Judicial Circuit. As a law clerk, Abby worked extensively in the areas of family law and domestic matters.

In 2015, Abby joined The Finley Firm, P.C., where she specializes in commercial and business-related matters. Abby also brings a unique perspective to the Firm as she handles a wide variety of domestic matters including: divorce, alimony, custody, child support, adoption, and divorce modification.

Abby is a member of the Georgia State Bar and the Atlanta Bar Association. Abby currently resides in Columbus, Georgia with her husband and young daughter where they are members of St. Paul United Methodist Church. Abby is heavily involved in the Columbus community and serves on the Board of Directors for Historic Westville, a non-profit that educates individuals about life during the 19th Century. Abby has also volunteered as a pet therapist  with Columbus Hospice, visiting numerous nursing homes and hospice facilities throughout the Chattahoochee Valley. In her spare time, Abby enjoys running, playing tennis, and training for triathlons.