Nicole H. Ryan is a family law attorney with a compassionate approach to challenging legal matters.
Nicole has been practicing family law since earning her Juris Doctorate from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2008. Over the course of her legal career, Nicole has provided consultation to numerous clients and passionately represented them in delicate cases pertaining to child support, domestic violence, divorce, and custody matters.
As a certified mediator with the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators, Nicole combines her legal expertise with a profound understanding of the emotional complexities her clients face. Her empathetic nature, combined with her professional experience, makes her a valuable ally in family law.
“I understand that the legal process can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to family. My goal is to guide each client with both legal precision and genuine care, ensuring they not only survive their legal challenges but thrive beyond them,” says Nicole.
Throughout her career, Nicole has built a reputation for her empathy and dedication to establishing strong client relationships. With a wealth of experience handling numerous cases, she provides peace of mind to her clients by demystifying the legal process and empowering them with knowledge and strategy. Nicole’s true strength lies in her ability to listen attentively and help clients define their goals and understand the important factors of their cases. By doing so, she guides them towards a new chapter in their lives, fostering a positive and supportive environment throughout the legal journey.
Away from the office, Nicole is deeply rooted in family life in Voorhees, New Jersey. Together with her husband, their three sons, and their beloved yellow Labrador, Bella. In her free time, she’s active in her family’s school and athletic activities and loves reading, movies, and travel.
- Juris Doctor, University of Baltimore School of Law, 2008
- Bachelor of Arts, Dickinson College, 2001
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Maryland, 2008
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