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Ryan Taylor

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Ryan Taylor

Lawyer

 

ABOUT RYAN

Qualifications:   
  • Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Management)
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice

Ryan is a solicitor practising predominantly in Probate, Wills, Estate Planning and Trusts.  His experience in this field and with the Kells Commercial Team allows him to assist his clients in planning for their future and protecting the interests of their families. Understanding that each client's needs are different and finding ways to meet varying family situations and asset types is key to good estate planning. Sitting down to discuss your personal needs with a solicitor like Ryan who practises specifically in this field of law can save expense and anguish for your family after your death.

Working in conjunction with financial planners and accountants, Ryan develops a comprehensive plan of clients' wishes and creates the documents to support those aspirations. As part of a specialised team of lawyers, paralegals and assistants working in succession planning and estate administration, Ryan and his colleagues are often asked to provide education seminars for financial planners, accountants and financial institutions.

Ryan has experience with a range of high quality estate planning documents ranging from standard Powers of Attorney, Appointments of Enduring Guardians and Wills, to the more specialised Testamentary Trust Wills including Special Disability Trusts and Capital Protected Trusts. Ryan guides and advises his clients without using legal jargon to ensure that they have the proper documentation to protect their financial and personal interests. Ryan works hand in hand with his clients' accountants and financial planners and knows how important it is that his clients fully understand the plan that is put in place.

Ryan keeps busy with ongoing research, education and precedent updates to meet our changing family and business situations, particularly in relation to blended families, superannuation, self managed super funds and contesting Wills through Family Provision claims.