|Vice-president||Wasatch Book Distribution, Inc.||1988 - 1997|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|United States Supreme Court Bar||N/A||2000 - Present|
|University of Utah||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1973|
|University of Utah||History||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1971|
|University of Utah||Anthropology/Archaeology||Master of Arts in Anthropology||N/A|
Posted by Natalie
I have only had a consultation with Mr. Wall and am already compelled to write a review. I have been involved in a custody battle for 8 years, that has turned my life upside down. My daughter's father, (we were never together) kidnapped my daughter when she was only 3 months old, and he was not even on the birth certificate. Before this time, I was blissfully unaware of the dark side of humanity and the level of corruption in the system. I am hoping to obtain Mr. Wall as my lawyer to help me fight a severe case of parental alienation. My daughter has been withheld from me for 2 months now as minors father continues to appeal to the court to grant a TRO; a request that has now been denied twice. The reason for the TRO; the unexpected and freaked death of my infant son.
This has been very hard situation to face; and Mr. Wall has helped me keep the faith. He arranged for a free consultation within days and was genuinely concerned with my case. The consultation went well over a hour as Gregory made sure he understood all aspects of my case. I am very grateful for his time and professionalism.
Posted by Leslie
For over 35 years, Greg Wall has been a close friend and provider of sound legal advice to our family. He has prepared professional documents and given excellent advice on legal and family matters. He has consistently been there with wise counsel and judgement.
It is rare that you find someone who is conscientious and takes his obligations seriously and we have been grateful for his assistance.
Posted by Sergei
Greg Wall seemed to be competent, but certainly didn't do what I was expecting of him. He might be OK in an uncomplicated divorce, but not when dealing with a non-standard situation. My (ex)wife was a liar and hid assets, for example she claimed she inherited $30,000, but actually (as I found out years latter) it was over $300,000. I told Greg Wall her father was worth about one million dollars when he died, but he did nothing to find out how much she actually inherited, and I had to pay some of her attorney fees because it was a "financial hardship" for her. I told him she was lying about a lot of things besides that, and he shrugged it off saying "everybody lies in a divorce" (I wasn't. Was he telling me to?) There was a real property involved which she did not show the paperwork on (claiming she couldn't find it), G.W. said it wasn't important, but, it turns out, she was in the process of putting it into her name. I told him that she had to have undisclosed accounts (for example none of the disclosed accounts showed the $30,000), but his examination of her on the stand was so inept the judge told him to stop wasting time, so her undisclosed assets were never revealed. During the trial I was to write down any questions I wanted him to ask, but he didn't ask most of the ones I wrote down. I don't think he could have done a worse job for me even if she was paying him to do so!
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