Ryan Walker is a senior lawyer in estate planning, wills and family law. He is adept at helping his clients navigate complex and often emotional issues with sensitivity and genuine empathy. There is no ‘cookie cutter’ approach for Ryan, his priority is to protect you and your family. Ryan achieves this by ensuring that each client’s case is considered with its unique set of challenges and is resolved in the best interests of that client.
Importantly, Ryan understands how complex family relationships are and he takes a proactive approach in trying to assist clients reach an amicable outcome through collaboration rather than allowing negativity and misunderstanding to become a barrier to early resolution. Ryan understands some disputes do not resolve by negotiation and he adopts a highly strategic approach when it comes to litigation. Leveraging his clients’ position to maximum effect, Ryan ensures that every avenue of preparation and analysis is undertaken to ensure your rights are protected and you obtain the best possible result. Ryan has spent more than 15 years fighting on behalf of his clients to obtain fair and advantageous outcomes.
Ryan cares about his client’s legal and personal welfare in supporting them through the legal process. It is this personal approach that keeps his clients returning.
Ryan also assists clients in setting up family testamentary trusts and business structures to protect wealth and assure the future for loved ones for years to come. Qualified in both Victoria and New South Wales, he is experienced in managing complex family trusts, property and legal matters that cross state borders.
When he’s not at work, Ryan enjoys getting his heart rate up with cross-fit and can often be found jogging through Fawkner Park with his French mastiff, George. If you happen to see them, say hello.
Protecting You and Your Family is Ryan’s Priority.
- Family Law
- Property & Finance
- Parenting Law
- Child Custody
- Binding Financial agreements
- Preparing Wills and Testamentary trusts
- Estate planning
- Administering estates
- Putting in place Enduring Powers of Attorney (Financial, Personal and Medical)
- Protecting people from Elder Abuse
- Guardianship Law
- Resolving Estate disputes
- Bachelor of Laws
- Law Institute of Victoria.