How did firm decide on primary area of practice? I wanted to be in a position wherein I could deliver good news to my clients. I enjoy saving them money, or making money for them. I am grateful to be in a position to play a role in helping their life to be more enjoyable by adding something positive, or to reduce the negative by helping to provide relief from worry, stress and hassle.
I enjoy the feeling that my clients leave my office feeling happier than they were when they arrived. I am in sympathy with the plight and quality of life of the regular, ordinary and simple person and family. It is not that I have anything against the rich and powerful. Quite the contrary. But I have a particular fondness for and would rather represent individual persons and families than corporations and wealthy creditors. I know what it is like to work a job for an hourly wage and to try to make ends meet, because I have been in the same position. I try to make my clients feel they are important and that I care what they are going through.
BANKRUPCTY AND MY MISSION TO MY CLIENTS
My mission is to serve my clients by providing the best legal services I can provide and to do so in a way that each individual and family receive individual and personal attention. I want to treat each person in such a way that they can feel they are the most important person in the world while being counseled by me. I intend to perform my duties within the highest ethical and professional standards. I want each client to think and feel that they received high quality legal services and counseling. When the opportunity permits, I aim to give each client more than they may reasonably have expected, without always seeking additional compensation.
During the initial years of my practice, I also practiced personal injury, domestic relations law, and even a little criminal defense. I am more than willing to litigate and appeal if necessary.
I have at times written letters and made phone calls to our political representatives to argue for consumers, and have participated with the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys ("NACBA") lobby for subprime mortgage modification. I have been recognized by peers and interested parties on a national level for my research, writing, legal analysis and other work in challenging the enforceability of securitized mortgage loans made between 2001-2008.
BIO & EDUCATION
My name is Ronald Ryan. I was born in Los Angeles, CA, and graduated from Occidental College with a B.A. in Philosophy in 1981. I received my Law Degree from South Texas College of Law in 1986. I passed the Arizona Bar Exam in 1998 (active), and the Texas Bar Exam in 1986 (inactive). I have practiced law in Arizona and Texas for over 29 years and have helped over two-thousand individuals and family with their legal matters in the following areas of practice: Bankruptcy, Personal Injury, Domestic Relations, Wills Trusts and Estates, and general legal matters.
Ronald Ryan was born Los Angeles Calif 1958, graduated Occidental College, degree in philosophy 1981, South Texas College of Law, Juris Doctorate, 1986. Licensed to practice law in all Ariz state and federal courts.