Megan C. Hill is a 2002 graduate of Indiana University School of Law—Bloomington and has practiced in Tucson for her entire career. Prior to practicing family law, Megan was a prosecutor for the Pima County Attorney’s Office and in private practice representing creditors in bankruptcy. She is an adjunct faculty member at Pima Community College. Megan brings her knowledge of litigation, criminal law, and bankruptcy law to what is now exclusively a family law practice. She frequently handles dissolutions of marriage for client with complex assets or high net worth and especially enjoys cases requiring business valuations and asset tracing. Megan also handles many post-decree cases where the division of assets must be enforced or clarified. Megan is a member of the executive committee of the Morris K Udall Inns of Court and a co-founder of the Tucson MAMAs group. Megan enjoys practicing yoga, jogging, cooking, watching Indiana Hoosiers basketball, and hiding out in a quiet place with a good book.
Divorces, like marriages, come in all different styles. While few divorces are without any conflict at all (although they do exist), most divorces are medium-level conflict. This conflict stems from not only the incompatibilities that led to the dissolution, but also grief over the end of the marriage, anger at the other spouse, and deep concerns over the health and well-being of children. All of this is quite normal. Waterfall, Economidis, Caldwell, Hanshaw & Villamana, P.C., has five divorce attorneys in Tucson, Arizona with significant experience in and knowledge about how all conflict levels affect divorce proceedings and the litigation and decision-making processes.