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Tracey Ryan

Practice Leader | Special Counsel - Private Client Services

Essential Info

Location: Dalby
Joined: 2012

Practice Area(s)
  • General Litigation
  • Wills and Estates
Memberships and Associations
  • Queensland Law Society (QLS)
  • Admitted in 2004
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2004
  • Admitted to High Court of Australia in 2004
Community Involvement
  • Member of the Dalby Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Tracey Ryan
Practice Leader | Special Counsel - Private Client Services

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Tracey has always been driven by her passion to help people in need, and chose a career in Law as an avenue of achieving this purpose. She graduated from Southern Cross University in 2002 with a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Business. Tracey then relocated to Dalby and commenced work for Shannon Donaldson Province Lawyers, a firm which has since been acquired by Shine Lawyers.

Tracey was trained with a general practice background which has given her a broad understanding of many issues, however her primary practice area is Wills and Estates. Tracey is also regularly involved in family provision claims, constructive trust claims, capacity issues, complex estate planning matters, estate administration and a variety of commercial matters.

Tracey enjoys assisting people who have been mistreated by family members in their Will and takes pride in ensuring clients receive compensation which helps them live a better life. Tracey has a particularly affinity with the elderly and takes a no-nonsense approach to ensure she gets the best outcome for clients by pursuing all avenues of evidence.

To find out more about Tracey and how she can help you, contact our Dalby branch.

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