Ryan is a settlement focused collaborative family lawyer and mediator. Ryan works to help clients feel understood. He believes that dealing with a family law situation is already stressful enough and that it’s his job to help reduce the stress – not make it worse. This way his clients can focus on taking care of themselves and moving forward with their lives.
After fighting it out in court for many years, Ryan learned that this was not always a good solution for his clients or himself. Ryan began practicing collaborative family law because it helps people make their own decisions and is usually faster, cheaper, and healthier.
Ryan’s practice includes all aspects of family law including Separation and Divorce; Support; Parenting; Independent Legal Advice (ILA); and Legal Coaching and Unbundled Services. He studied law at Osgoode Hall Law School and has completed his collaborative and mediation training. He also coaches Ryerson Law’s Client Consultation Competition Team.
To schedule a free consultation, please email Ryan directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or book online at https://calendly.com/osbournecollaborativelaw/initial-consultation
Please visit https://www.osbournecollaborativelaw.com/ for more information and to complete your free online Separation Analysis Report.
Ryan started his own firm to practice collaborative family law and mediation fulltime, because he knows that they work best for families. He believes that wellbeing is better than winning. He takes a practical approach to family law and does what he can to make sure his clients feel taken care of, informed, and like they are part of a team. He is approachable and upfront about his fees and billing practices. He offers flat fee and flexible payment options.
Ryan also uses the most up to date legal technologies so his clients can see what is going on and so they do not pay for work unless it is absolutely necessary.
As a lawyer, Ryan is really nice to work with!
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