Mobile, Baldwin, Monroe, Conecuh, Clarke, Choctaw and Washington County, Alabama / Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney
"I'll never be the kind of attorney your creditors want me to be. I'll always be the kind of attorney you NEED me to be. Call me. I'll BE there for you. And I'll make them go away." -Kevin Ryan, Attorney at Law
Kevin Ryan of Ryan Legal Services, Inc. is an attorney who has focused his legal practice on consumer bankruptcy matters for the past 19 years. He is dedicated to advising and representing individuals in Baldwin, Mobile, and Washington Counties. Ryan Legal Services, Inc. represents clients in the areas of Chapter 7, 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy law.
Please feel free to contact us at any time for a free telephone or office consultation.
209 N Joachim Street
Mobile AL 36603
Clients with regular monthly income can immediately file a wage earner bankruptcy case under Chapter 13 for zero $0.00 down ( all fees and costs can be paid in a payment plan after your case is filed)
varies by case / Chapter 7 cases are usually for a flat initial fee
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00pm / Saturday by appointment
Ryan Legal Services, Inc. Baldwin County Office
22011 Highway 59
Attorney Kevin Ryan has been practicing in the area of consumer bankruptcy ( Chapters 7, 11, 12 and Chapter 13) for approximately 22 years. He will personally return your call and handle your case directly.
Ryan Legal Services, Inc. is a consumer and small business bankruptcy law firm with offices in Mobile Alabama ( 1 street away from the United States Bankruptcy Court Building) and in Robertsdale ( at Highway 59 and Rt. 104)
You can email Attorney Kevin Ryan at [email protected], or call the office at 251-431-6012. All calls are returned by Attorney Ryan personally on the same day. Please allow for a brief time for a call back, as we are daily working around court hearings and client meetings. Your call is important to us, so please do not hesitate to contact Attorney Kevin Ryan with your legal question. We are here to help you through this difficult time.
Bio: Admitted in all Alabama Courts. Practices full time in Alabama.
Education: Cleveland Marshall College of Law ( J.D. 1997)
College of Wooster ( B.A. 1994; All Conference Team : Defense. NCAC Football 1993. 1992-1993 NCAA Div III All Academic Team: 3.8 GPA) 1993 Rocky Young Outstanding Senior Award. Co-Captain: Football 1993; Phi Sigma Alpha : Athletic Director
Prior Employment : Cuyahoga County Public Defender Office : paralegal 1996-1997; trial attorney 1998-1999)
Ryan Legal Services, Inc. ( 1998-present)
Mobile Alabama Office: 209 N. Joachim Street, Mobile, AL 36603
Robertsdale Alabama Office : 22011 Highway 59, Robertsdale, AL 36567 ( by appointment )
foreclosure defense is limited in Alabama because most Alabama mortgages have a "power of sale" clause which enables the lender, upon the loan reaching default status, to list the property for foreclosure sale without having to file a lawsuit.
most foreclosure cases require an examination as to whether a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case is the best option to save the home. In some instances, a loan can be modified with the consent of the party who owns the loan.
I became interested in bankruptcy law during law school. I worked full time while attending nite classes at Cleveland State University. I worked on cases in many different areas of law during my day jobs while in nite law school. Bankruptcy law appealed to me because of the ability to help clients obtain a fresh financial start. Seeing the positive benefit that a bankruptcy can have overall on a person's family life, their job and their overall mental well being is what still motivates me to assist individuals and small businesses in the area of bankruptcy law.
I have practiced in the area of bankruptcy law for more than 22 years.
I believe that personal service to the client is sometimes the lost art of the legal profession. Some of that is due to the high cost of marketing and running a legal practice. I find that it is the personal relationship with the client that can help the attorney reach down and draw upon the extra mental strength and focus needed to achieve the client's objectives. Good client relationships are most important to growing and maintaining a law practice. I always try to meet my clients' requests for the small things, like copies of case documents, reminders on court dates, and being accessible to answer their questions by phone, text or email, whichever they prefer.
Kevin Ryan is a graduate of the College of Wooster and the Cleveland Marshall College of Law. He is admitted to practice before all Alabama State Courts, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Alabama, and the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Alabama. The United States Bankruptcy Court is a part of the United States District Court.
Since 1998, Mr. Ryan has personally represented several thousand individual clients in bankruptcy, criminal, divorce, probate, personal injury, and real estate matters.