Marty E. Miller has practiced law in Wake County for more than 20 years. Marty has represented clients in all areas including Traffic, Criminal, Divorce, Child Custody and Child Support. Marty has also defended homeowners looking for a way to save their homes in Foreclosures and Bankruptcy Court. Prior to the building of the new Wake County Justice Center, Marty tried or argued cases in every courtroom in the Wake County Courthouse and Marty appeared and briefed several cases before the N.C. Court of Appeals. Marty has tried child custody and support and spousal support cases; negotiated equitable distribution cases and represented both Plaintiffs and Defendants in domestic violence cases.
Marty graduated from East Carolina University in 1980 with a B.S. in Political Science and a minor in broadcasting and Regents Law School in 1995.

Marty brings a unique perspective to law. Before becoming a lawyer, Marty had worked as both an hourly laborer in a paper mill one summer, a salaried manager, as a program director for 2 different radio stations, managed a textile screen printing plant and a broadcast radio station. Marty had even taught school at the elementary and high school level and coached junior varsity, varsity high school basketball and baseball at the high school, 13-14-year-old and 10-12-year-old levels.

From 1996 through 2015, Marty was one of a handful attorneys who had practiced for nineteen years in the Wake County Juvenile Court helping to get young people out of the school to prison pipeline and onto a more prosperous life.

In the community, Marty has served in Farmville and Cary as a Youth Baseball Coach with 9 through 12 year old young boys and more recently in Cary coaching 13 through 15 year old young men.

Whatever you may need, Marty would love to help you with your case.