Todd C. Miller is an experienced and respected attorney who has practiced law in the State of Illinois for twenty-five years. He moved to Central Illinois from the Chicago area in 1990. His practice has focused on family law and, in particular, child support issues.
Todd was Chief of the Peoria County State’s Attorney’s Office, Child Support Enforcement Division, for four years. He was recruited by the then McLean County State’s Attorney to develop that office’s child support division. He was Chief of that Division for over eight years.
While with the Peoria County State’s Attorney’s Office, Todd was nominated for and accepted as an “Outstanding Young Man of America.”
Todd has spoken extensively to bar, governmental and community groups on issues related to child support enforcement.
Todd is known for his strong negotiating skills and believes that a well-negotiated settlement is preferable to drawn-out litigation. However, he also has extensive courtroom experience in a number of Central Illinois counties.
Todd is licensed to practice before the Circuit, Appellate and Supreme courts of the State of Illinois as well as the United State District Court for the Central District of Illinois. He is an active member of the Illinois State Bar Association and the McLean County Bar Association.
Todd is a past vice president of the Crossroads Areas Student Theatre Board of Directors, and is currently on the board of directors of Recovery Starts Today (the McLean County Drug Court Board). He is also an adjunct professor of family law at Illinois State University.
Todd and his wife live in McLean County where they raise their two sons.