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Susan Butler Hillyard

Susan B. Hillyard
601 Grand Avenue, P.O. Box 808
Delta, Colorado 81416-2026
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5.0 of 5.0
Client Rating
2.0 of 5.0
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Experience & Credentials
Practice Areas
Business Law; Administrative Law; Agricultural Law; Mediation; Commercial Law; Commercial Real Estate; Contracts; Corporate Law; Energy; Finance; Guardianship and Conservatorship; Leases and Leasing; Natural Resources; Partnership Law; Probate; Property Law; Trusts and Estates; Wills; Zoning, Planning and Land Use; Trust & Estate-Estate Administration; Trust & Estate-Estate Planning
Lehigh University, 1971-1972; University of Colorado, B.S., 1975
Law School
University of Wyoming, J.D., 1978
1979, U.S. District Court, District of Colorado; 1979, Colorado; 1978, Wyoming and U.S. District Court, District of Wyoming
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in Business Law, Administrative Law and Agricultural Law
2.0 out of 5.0
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  • Last reviewed on 06/30/14
Posted by a on 06/30/14
2.0 out of 5.0  
We needed to make changes to our wills etc, which were originally written in Ohio. When we asked for the estimate, Susan said: ”It is hard to say exactly, it will be between $700 and $800”. We agreed to this, even though it seemed high. The same documents were made from scratch in Ohio for $900, here we needed mostly changes and were providing original documents in Microsoft Word format.{newline}Without any warning the final bill came to $1,813! After some arguing, it was dropped to $1,576, still double the estimate. How would you feel if your car mechanic said the repairs will be between $700 and $800, and then charged you double without calling you?{newline}Only a couple of interesting details. The charge for emailing a one page Microsoft Word document (we are not talking about preparing or typing here) was $20, without warning again.{newline}And last but never least, Susan charges extra on top of the bill for using a credit card.
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