Ph: 0466 111 790
Bachelor of Laws (Flinders University)
Graduate Certificate of Legal Practice
Born in Adelaide, Greg Welden was educated at Pooraka Primary School, and later Nailsworth High School. He graduated in 1993 and from here commenced his Law Degree at Flinders University. Admitted to the Supreme Court in 1998, Greg Welden brings a wealth of experience to the firm.The early years of his career were spent in Port Augusta where he developed a solid grounding in all facets of the Law. He returned to his home town of Adelaide in 2007, where, working in both small and large firms, he was able to develop his passion for Estate Law. Today, Greg shares with clients an intimate knowledge of all facets of Estate Planning and Estate Administration, including complex asset protection strategies, business succession planning, complicated Probate matters in all circumstances, estate administration and litigation including Inheritance Claims and Probate Disputes (invalid Wills).
As a member of the Law Society of South Australia he actively participates on the Succession Law Committee.
Greg regularly provides seminars to members of the public, community groups, professional bodies including other solicitors and has written articles in publications for solicitors dedicated to Estate Planning.
Greg is a seasoned traveller, having spent time residing and working in Liverpool in the United Kingdom with his future wife. Today he is a ‘family focused’ husband and father of 3. His passion for music and playing acoustic guitar has seen him perform under various guises, including a successful Adelaide Fringe show. As an avid sports fan, he has a special appreciation for basketball, golf and American Football.
Professional & Community Involvement
+ Law Society of South Australia Member
+ Succession Law Committee Member
+ Supporter of Salvation Army Wills Day events
Contact Greg directly on 0466 111 790 or firstname.lastname@example.org to organise a time to meet and discuss how he can assist you with all your Estate planning needs.