Barney McKenna & Olmstead, P.C. Welcomes Ron Hill to Law Firm

Ron HillBarney McKenna & Olmstead, P.C. is pleased to announce that Ron Hill has joined their firm. He will practice out of the firm's St. George, Utah, office.

Ron's areas of practice include Estate Planning, Probate, Estate and Trust Administration, Business Law, Guardianships, and Conservatorships.

Prior to joining Barney McKenna & Olmstead, P.C., Ron practiced law in Alberta, Canada, where he developed extensive court experience and was general counsel for a number of companies and government bodies. He served as a board member and negotiating committee member for the local college for seven years and was also a public lecturer in the area of wills and estates.

Ron loves the outdoors and, after visiting St. George and Lake Powell in 2001, immediately became addicted to Southern Utah. He left his practice in Canada in 2015 and moved to Ivins, Utah, where he has lived ever since.

In 2017, he attended Brigham Young University and obtained his Master of Law Degree and began practice in Utah in 2018 after he successfully passed the Utah Bar Exam.

Ron is the father of four boys, and his interests include running, biking, climbing, snowboarding, wakeboarding, scuba diving, traveling and spending time with family (especially his grandchildren).

About Barney McKenna & Olmstead, P.C.

Barney McKenna & Olmstead, P.C. offers clients unparalleled representation across a comprehensive range of practice areas. The firm is recognized in both Southern Utah and Southern Nevada as a leader in business law and estate planning. Other primary areas of practice include probate, civil litigation, including business and estate disputes, real estate and commercial transactions, construction law, labor and employment law, state and municipal law, and select personal injury. The firm maintains offices in St. George, Utah, and Mesquite, Nevada, with satellite offices located in Hurricane, Utah, and Panguitch, Utah. The firm's attorneys are licensed to practice in Utah, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, Washington and California.