Ryan Van De Hey is an attorney in the Estate Planning, Estate & Trust Administration Practice Group in the Madison office. His areas of practice include wills and trusts, business succession planning, estate tax gifting strategies, fiduciary income taxation, estate and trust administration, and probate administration. Ryan employs a practical approach to estate planning to ensure that every custom plan minimizes certain tax risks and administrative hassles as efficiently as possible.
Ryan is also a member of the firm’s Estate, Trust and Fiduciary Litigation Practice Group, working in tandem with the firm’s litigation attorneys to strategically navigate sensitive disputes, and the Trust Company Industry Practice Group, advising professional fiduciaries through complex trust administration, accounting and tax matters.
Ryan graduated cum laude from the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Admitted To Practice
United States Tax Court
Dane County Bar Association
Madison Estate Council
State Bar of Wisconsin
Young Lawyers Association
Friends of the Madison Public Library – President
Wills for Heroes – Volunteer
Dane County Bar Association Basic Estate Planning Clinic - Volunteer
Madison Magnet - Member
Juris Doctor, University of Wisconsin Law School, cum laude
Bachelor of Science, University of Wisconsin - Madison