Ryan grew up in Wyomissing, PA in Berks County. He graduated from Gettysburg College where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Management and a minor degree in Sociology. After graduating from college, Ryan worked in the banking industry for a short period of time. It was not long before Ryan decided to go to law school. Ryan graduated from the Duquesne University School of Law. During one of his summers in law school, Ryan had the privilege of interning at the Berks County Court of Common Pleas for the Honorable Arthur Grim, who was President Judge at the time and now Senior Judge. This internship provided Ryan with a comprehensive view of the court system. Another law school highlight was when Ryan participated in his law school’s summer study abroad program where he had a once in a lifetime opportunity to live in Vatican City, Italy.
Ryan served as the Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Samuel A. Kline of the Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas. By working closely with a trial court judge for years, Ryan developed exceptional legal research, writing, and analytical skills that are necessary to be a successful attorney. Ryan worked in all areas of the law, which included criminal, civil, and family law matters. It was during this time that Ryan decided to focus his future efforts in the area of family law as he spent a significant period of time working on issues including divorce, equitable distribution, and child custody.
Ryan now has relocated to Chester County where he brings his extensive behind the scenes knowledge of the court system to the Ciccarelli Law Offices. Ryan works in the family law department. Ryan has always enjoyed helping other people and listening to their problems in an attempt to offer sound advice to arrive at reasonable solutions. Ryan understands the sensitivity of family law issues, and he tries to empathize with his clients to meet their needs. Ryan’s judicial background and keen understanding of family law provides him with the insight to secure favorable settlements and court rulings.
Ryan is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Ryan prides himself on holding himself to a high standard of ethics and morals. During his free time, Ryan enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, reading, biking, and running.