Ryan Elliott is a leading matrimonial lawyer in Northern Ireland.  Ryan’s specialism lies in resolving the disputes that arise following the breakdown of marriage and relationships.

He is renowned for his success in conducting divorces for high net worth individuals, securing assets worth millions of pounds for his clients via court proceedings and via confidential negotiation.  He also represents clients in complex proceedings concerning children.  Ryan takes tremendous pride in his work, balancing tenacity and attention to detail with pragmatism and commercial sensitivity.  He strives for his clients to always feel informed, comfortable and confident throughout their dealings with him.

Ryan studied Law at Queen’s University and thereafter trained at the Institute of Professional Legal Studies, qualifying as a Solicitor in 2014.  He gained 10 years’ experience with an accomplished regional law firm before joining Cleaver Fulton Rankin in 2022.  He is dual-qualified to practice in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Ryan is a member of the Law Society of Northern Ireland, Law Society of Ireland, Northern Ireland Young Solicitors Association and Belfast Solicitors Association. He is an accredited member of the Law Society’s Children Order Panel, demonstrating his knowledge and expertise in family law.

Ryan is a Trustee and Director of Nexus, a national charity providing support to victims of sexual crime across Northern Ireland, and for which he sits on the clinical committee.

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Our clients tell it best.

  • “Ryan was completely non-judgemental, sympathetic, and supported me for four years throughout a very difficult divorce process.”

  • “Ryan Elliott has been an absolute pleasure to deal with. Highly professional, easy to communicate with and extremely knowledgeable in family law. The level of support I have received from Ryan has been outstanding.”

  • “Ryan Elliott is a fountain of knowledge and most importantly cares about the people that he is representing, always having their best interests at heart.”