Meet Our Team
Elizabeth Hill Divorce Mediation Attorney
Divorce mediation attorney, Elizabeth Hill, believes that compassion is critical, and that belief guides both her private and professional life. As a mother of five children, three of whom were adopted from Russia through World Links International Adoption Agency, families and children are close to her heart.
In her spare time, she enjoy her first love, horses. Elizabeth have been a lover of horses since she was a young child. She currently serves on the Board and volunteers at Changing Leads Equine Rescue, a not-for-profit corporation established to rescue abused and neglected horses and pair them with people for interactive healing. She is the Co-Founder of Mending Reins, a 501c3 establishment to provide equine assisted and facilitated therapy for veterans, first responder and others who have suffered a life trauma.
Elizabeth is the owner of Woodson Hill Equestrian Center in Parkville, Missouri. Her facility provides full service horse boarding, lessons, training and coaching to horse lovers of all ages.
Elizabeth is a member of Collaborative Practice Kansas City which is a network of divorce attorneys, financial analysts and mental health professionals committed to offering parties the guidance, support, and expertise to resolve all issues surrounding their divorce outside a courtroom. The members of the collaborative practice network have significant experience working with families utilizing the collaborative divorce model.
To learn more about Elizabeth Hill's qualifications and experience in mediation, collaborative mediation and collaborative divorce, contact her to schedule an appointment at her Overland Park, Kansas or Kansas City, Missouri office serving the Northland cities of Clay County and Platte County. You may contact her office by completing the form on the contact page or by calling 913-381-1500.
Debbie Pruitt Legal Assistant
Debbie oversees a multitude of tasks for The Hill Law Firm, P.C. including explaining the collaborative divorce, collaborative mediation and the mediation process to potential clients, greeting clients, scheduling, billing, file maintenance, organization and more. She is an integral member of our staff and we are so fortunate to have her. Debbie attended Johnson County Community College Paralegal Studies training in 2005.
Debbie was born and raised in Northern California and moved to Kansas several years ago. She has two adult sons, Jacob, who graduated from Kansas State University, and Jordan, who lives and works in St. Louis. When Debbie isn’t working, she enjoys spending time with her sons, her puppy, and traveling as much as possible.