Attorney Ryan S. MacGillis is a partner with the MacGillis Wiemer, LLC, law firm in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. A native of Wisconsin, Mr. MacGillis serves clients throughout the greater Milwaukee metro region and surrounding areas as well as all across the state, and he focuses his practice primarily on family law, estate planning and general civil litigation.A highly diverse attorney with more than eight years of legal experience, Mr. MacGillis has served in the U.S. Army for more than 15 years, and he is currently a Judge Advocate General for the U.S. Army Reserve. As such, Mr. MacGillis offers invaluable counsel and support to those who are going through a military divorce. In addition, he is also a guardian ad litem for Milwaukee and Waukesha counties, and he always strives to protect the rights and interests of any minor children caught up in divorce proceedings.A 2003 graduate of the University of Milwaukee, Mr. MacGillis attended Marquette University Law School, where he obtained his Juris Doctor in 2010. The State Bar of Wisconsin admitted him to practice that same year, and he is also admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Western District of Wisconsin as well as the Wisconsin Supreme Court.Along with being a tenacious trial attorney, Mr. MacGillis is also a highly effective mediator, and he recently served as co-trainer for the Milwaukee County Family Court Mediation Services annual mediation training seminar in 2018. In his practice, Mr. MacGillis often uses collaborative law to help his clients resolve their conflicts and reach agreements in a manner that is both amicable and efficient. However, he will not hesitate to advocate on behalf of his clients in court when necessary to ensure the best odds of achieving the favorable outcomes they seek.Recognized for his impeccable professionalism and service, Mr. MacGillis has earned numerous awards and honors throughout his career. He also volunteers his time and services throughout his community, and he received the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal as well as a listing on Wisconsin’s “Pro Bono Honor Roll” for his selfless contributions to the Dryhootch Legal Clinic.