Bruce Ryrie commenced practice as a solicitor in 1978. Over a career that spans four decades, he has undertaken a broad range of matters including family law, criminal law, conveyancing, buying and selling businesses, and mortgage work.
Bruce started the firm Baker Ryrie Rickards Titmarsh in 1988, where he served as a managing partner for 20 years. In 2008, Bruce joined Elliot Tuthill to concentrate on his role as a solicitor. Today, Bruce provides advice in relation to estates, wills, powers of attorney, enduring guardianships and general litigation. He regularly appears in the Local Court, as well as the Family Court and Federal Circuit Court, where he represents clients on a diverse area of matters ranging from driving matters and assault to divorce, property division and children’s matters.
With extensive experience in family law and criminal law, Bruce holds NSW Specialist Accreditation in both family law and advocacy. He has also acted for a number of large institutions, including being an Honorary Solicitor for the Master Builders Association, and panel solicitor for various housing societies.
Find out more about Bruce Ryrie and his story here: http://www.etsolicitors.com.au/bruce-ryrie/
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