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Anika G. Milian


Anika G. Milian is a Cuban-born, Miami attorney deeply rooted to the South Florida community. With almost ten years of legal experience, Mrs. Milian devotes her practice to helping clients with real estate and business transactions, as well as probate and estate planning.

Staying true to her roots, Mrs. Milian attended local schools and stayed connected to the Miami community. She attended Florida International University from which she received her bachelor’s degree in Political Science, with a Certificate in Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and was a Bright Futures Scholarship Recipient. Thereafter, she went on to graduate from St. Thomas University School of Law. Currently, Mrs. Milian is halfway through obtaining her Master’s in Business Administration Degree from Florida International University.

While in law school, Mrs. Milian interned at the Third District Court of Appeal of Florida for the Honorable Angel A. Cortiñas, worked as a law clerk specializing in representing insureds with respect to homeowner’s insurance disputes, and served on the Executive Board of the St. Thomas Law Review as Senior Articles Editor. Additionally, Mrs. Milian went on to receive an Exemplary Law Review Editor Award, awarded to the best editor of the law review, and a Public Service Award, awarded to those who complete more than 500 hours of community service.

Mrs. Milian is fully bilingual, fluent in English and Spanish, and is admitted to practice in Florida courts, as well as the US District Court for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida.

Bar Associations
  • Cuban American Bar Association
  • Florida Bar Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section
  • Dade County Bar Association
  • Broward County Bar Association
Court Admissions
  • Florida State Courts
  • US District Court for the Southern District of Florida
  • US District Court for the Middle District of Florida
Community Involvement
  • United Way of Miami Dade County

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