In Billings, Montana, and throughout south-central and eastern Montana, Guthals, Hunnes & Reuss, P.C., provides a wide range of legal services in areas such as civil litigation, business and corporate representation, estate planning and probate, commercial bankruptcy, real estate transactions and disputes, family law, insurance matters, personal injury claims and defense, and employment law.
The firm came into existence in 1979 as Wright, Tolliver & Guthals, P.C., and changed to its current name in 2003 following the departure of Mr. Tolliver.
For over thirty-six years, the professionals at Guthals, Hunnes & Reuss, P.C., have been helping individuals and businesses by providing thorough, efficient, and effective legal services. We have a highly capable and experienced staff of attorneys and support personnel that allows Guthals, Hunnes & Reuss, P.C., the ability to represent clients competitively and on a cost-efficient basis. Our attorneys are admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Montana and in state and federal appellate courts.
Our approach to serving our clients is to begin with a prompt and thorough initial evaluation of legal and factual issues presented, determine pragmatic methods to achieve the best possible result at the lowest possible cost, and to present alternatives to our clients so that they can decide with our recommendation the way they want their cases and transactions handled. Guthals, Hunnes & Reuss, P.C., strives to maintain timely and open communications with our clients throughout the course of our representation.
Our clients include thousands of individuals whom we have represented over the years in business and real estate transactions, business entity formation, family law problems, and estate planning and probate matters. Our clients also include hundreds of businesses–both small and large–in handling contract negotiations and drafting, corporate formation and compliance, regulatory issues, bankruptcies and reorganizations (both as debtors and as creditors), and dispute resolutions in state and federal courts, and through arbitration and mediation.