Ryan M. Ranson serves as of-counsel for Lyne Ranson Law Offices and works under the supervision of attorney Lyne Ranson. *Mr. Ranson is not licensed to practice law in West Virginia.
Attorney Ryan Ranson heads the Ranson & Ranson law firm in Fort Lauderdale, FL. After graduating from US News "Top 25" law school, University of Florida, Levin College of Law in 2018, he immediately worked for Florida's largest law firm, "Am Law top 200" Cole Scott & Kissane, with a primary focus on commercial litigation.
In 2020, he worked for "Am Law top 100" law firm, Boies Schiller and Flexner, in Hollywood, FL. At Boies Schiller & Flexner he primarily focused on family law related matters involving high net worth individuals and their businesses. Attorney Ryan Ranson had the pleasure of representing many celebrity and notable political figures during that time.
Attorney Ryan Ranson is known for his results. His clients are quoted as saying, "Ryan is the type of attorney that goes the extra mile and does an exceptional job."
Characteristics such as integrity, determination, and being prepared, are second nature to attorney Ranson and have helped him earn a reputation of achieving optimal results for his clients. In addition, attorney Ranson's strengths of being hardworking, dedicated and knowledgeable are what he is renowned for.
In addition to his duties as an attorney, he has been able to establish and maintain a strong and effective network that has given him the ability to develop key relationships with his peers. Likewise, he is honored to serve as the 2022 American Bar Association Family Law Section Vice Chair for the Young Lawyers Association, and 2022 Vice Chair for the ABA Law Student Organization.
Further, attorney Ryan Ranson has experience litigating in federal and state court. He has represented clients located in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Ocala, among others.
It's a well-known fact that attorney Ranson enjoys his job, specifically, helping others and their families, who would otherwise succumb to the injustices in our court system.