About Bryce Williams
Career to date
“I was admitted to the bar in 2004, following which I practiced in the areas of debt recovery, family and property law, before joining Gibson Sheat in 2009.”
Bryce leads our estates and elder law team. He handles a wide range of matters from drafting wills, enduring powers of attorney and handling retirement village transactions for individuals, to dealing with deceased estates and estate claims.
Bryce has a keen interest in elder law issues including the aged care sector where he provides general advice and debt recovery services to facility operators. He also handles court applications under the Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act 1988 for property manager and welfare guardian appointments.
My Recent Work
Professional Associations and Community Organisations
My approach to working with my clients
I am friendly, considerate and thorough in handling their affairs. I also ensure that the legal advice I provide is clear, accurate and understandable.
My clients aren't just numbers, but real people with real lives, which often times makes my work challenging, particularly when you receive a telephone call advising that a loved one has passed away.
The best piece of advice I've ever been given
'Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart...'
What stimulates me
Helping people work through difficult or challenging times in their lives. I also enjoy being part of a large team environment which fuels my extrovert personality.
What I enjoy outside of work
Spending time with my family and friends and perfecting my skills on my coffee machine. I am an avid cricket fan, enjoy nine holes of golf (or 18 when time permits) and am also involved in a church which is an integral part of my life.
If I wasn’t a lawyer I’d be
A policeman (specialising in traffic infringements). This is because my wife is always pointing out how I comment on other peoples' driving abilities (or lack thereof!)