Ryan

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San Francisco, CA
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Licensed in CA
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About Ryan

I am a Family Law and Juvenile Law attorney with 13 years experience in the Bay Area, primarily in San Francisco, Marin, and Alameda Counties. I am a Child Welfare Law Specialist, certified through the National Association for Counsel for Children. I serve as a court-appointed and privately-retained minor's counsel in contested hearings involving custody, visitation, guardianships, and termination of parental rights cases. Full or limited scope representation is available for divorces, annulments, separations, child and spousal support issues, division of property issues, and all related family court matters. Full or limited scope representation is available in domestic violence restraining order matters.

My office is located a few blocks from the Civic Center Courthouse in San Francisco, Parking is available.

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