Kayla K. Hiller
My goal is to help clients resolve their legal matters promptly, efficiently, and cost effectively.
As an experienced attorney, Kayla has diverse experience handling matters for banks, businesses and credit unions. She reviews and prepares loan documents for commercial and agricultural loan transactions. Kayla represents clients involved in all aspects of restructurings and workouts and helps clients recover assets through the foreclosure and collection process. Often, the process invokes Kayla’s knowledge of bankruptcy where she represents creditors in bankruptcy cases. Kayla’s practice also focuses on real estate and business matters and includes the drafting and review of contracts. In addition, Kayla is a trust lawyer and guides individuals through estate planning and probate. While Kayla has the capability of handling a large caseload, she cares about the details. Her attention to detail and hard work give her clients the confidence they need to proceed. Kayla’s practice is solution-oriented and capable of planning and anticipating problems ahead of time and finding answers. The result is trustworthy, legal advice that gives clients peace of mind about the outcomes.
Prior to her career in law, Kayla served as a Community Economic Development Planner in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. While in law school, she served as Managing Editor of the Wisconsin Law Review. Kayla is a past President of the Rock County Bar Association. Active in the community, Kayla is a past President of the Board of Directors of the Janesville Performing Arts Center and a member of Forward Janesville’s Government Relations Council. A couple of Kayla’s personal achievements include, serving as Miss Rodeo South Dakota and completing a technical climb of the Grand Teton mountain in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
- "Preparing For Your Future - Wills And Estate Planning," Professional Development in Service Day, Blackhawk Technical College, January 18, 2016
- "The Family Love Letter - Estate Planning Workshop," sponsored by Beloit Health System, co-presented with Prudy Harker, September 29-30, 2015
- “The Importance of Having a Plan” presented to Beloit Property Managers Association, April 19, 2016.