Announcement:  WK Lawyers and Boylan Lawyers merge

 
 

Effective from July 1, WK Lawyers is merging with Boylan Lawyers.

This will make Boylan Lawyers one of the largest South Australian owned law firms employing over 30 people.

“We are delighted to be merging with Boylan Lawyers. This is a unique opportunity to bring together two firms with similar values. Our teams care deeply about the people we help and work tirelessly to achieve the best possible outcomes for them” said Andrew Wright, founder of WK Lawyers who will become a Partner of Boylan Lawyers.

Boylan lawyers will have an unrivalled footprint across South Australia, expanding its metropolitan Adelaide operations whilst continuing its long history of supporting regional communities.  Nearly one half of Boylan Lawyers staff will be employed in regional south Australia and there are plans to significantly grow this over the next 12 months.

“To effectively support people in regional communities, we must understand their needs. We are committed to hiring lawyers and support staff who are passionate about making a meaningful contribution to their local community”, said Partner Paul Boylan.

The merger of the two firms will cement Boylan Lawyers commitment to protecting the rights of individuals and families. They will specialise in workers compensation, hearing loss, unfair dismissal, family law, wills and estates, criminal law and conveyancing.

Increased office locations ensure accessibility, responsiveness and exceptional client care.  Clients can be supported from offices in Adelaide, Elizabeth, Strathalbyn, Victor Harbor, Port Augusta, Port Pirie Whyalla and Hobart, Tasmania.

“This is an exciting time in Boylan Lawyers’ 135 year history. From our early beginnings in Strathalbyn, we have continuously grown our regional presence. Now we can offer more services to more people across metropolitan and regional South Australia”, said Sebastian Hill, Managing Partner with Boylan Lawyers.

The new team will be led by Paul Boylan, Andrew Wright and Sebastian Hill.