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History

A Vision Realized

Troy A. Wallin founded Wallin Hester, PLC with a vision to create a firm with a commitment to excellence and integrity in the practice of law. Prior to founding Wallin Hester, PLC, Mr. Wallin was an attorney at
Snell & Wilmer, LLP, one of the largest firms in the Western United States, and then a partner at the Las Vegas-based law firm of Hutchison Steffen & Wallin. During his 20 years as an attorney, Mr. Wallin has been consistently sought after by many prominent business leaders in strategizing and solving their most complex business transactions and disputes. Prior to joining Mr. Wallin at Wallin Hester, PLC, Chad Hester was an attorney with Tiffany & Bosco, P.A. where he enjoyed many successes during his early career representing several businesses and their owners throughout Arizona. As attorneys, Mr. Wallin and Mr. Hester have developed excellent reputations in the legal community for both their integrity and success as experienced attorneys.

History of Success

Attorneys at Wallin Hester have represented clients ranging from individuals and small businesses to large regional and national companies. The Firm has experienced attorneys in mergers and acquisitions, commercial litigation, administrative law, election and municipality law, corporate law, securities, and real estate. The Firm also has experienced attorneys in a variety of fields, including, contract disputes, construction defects, insurance defense, officer and director liability, intellectual property disputes, and employment law. Our attorneys take pride in successfully representing both large businesses and individual clients with the same degree of skill and commitment.

Wallin Hester works with clients to develop mutually beneficial alternative fee arrangements. We remain open to such arrangements, believing that they require careful, mutual consideration of the probable effort and outcome, as well as close cooperation between the client and ourselves to realize the potential mutual benefit from sharing the risks of actual efficiency and outcome.