Ryan P. DeArman has been practicing law as a sole practitioner in Moore, Oklahoma for more than four years, after spending the first decade of his career practicing in a small metro-area law firm.
Ryan P. DeArman practices law in a small private practice law firm located in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Although Mr. DeArman's experience expands a wide spectrum of legal issues, his practice is focused mainly on the areas of bankruptcy, estate planning, Social Security Disability, and business organization.
A native of Colorado, Mr. DeArman has lived throughout the United States and spent much of his childhood overseas in developing nations. After returning from Africa during high school he attended Phillips University in Enid. He graduated cum laude with an undergraduate degree in political science and business. Following his undergraduate studies he attended the University of Oklahoma College of Law. He earned his Juris Doctorate Degree in 2000. During his tenure at the University of Oklahoma he advanced his knowledge of law by studying at Queens College, Oxford University in Oxford, England.
Mr. DeArman has a broad understanding of the practice of law and its place in modern society. He is uniquely qualified to address the needs and desires of his clientele. Ryan is a lifelong member of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and in his free time he enjoys traveling, sports and family activities.
Mr. DeArman is committed to providing the best legal representation that can be found anywhere. He does not have legal secretaries or paralegals do the work on legal cases. He painstakingly prepares each individual case himself. He remains intricately involved in each case from the beginning to the end. He understands that his cases are the most important events happening in the lives of his clients, and spends significant time developing a personal relationship with each of them.
Your first consultation is free and Mr. DeArman also offers attractive payment plans.
WE ARE A DEBT RELIEF AGENCY. WE HELP PEOPLE FILE FOR BANKRUPTCY RELIEF UNDER THE BANKRUPTCY CODE.
Ryan P. DeArman, PLLC
2512 N. Moore Ave.
Moore OK 73160
Bankruptcies always come with a fixed fee, regardless of the time or difficulty of the case. Most of the time, the cost turns out to be less than what it would be if I charged by the hour.
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Other times available by appointment only.
My primary fields of practice kind of found me I suppose. Prior to going to law school I was always a math person. Also, having grown up in the third world, the plight of those less well off, strictly due to the bad luck of being born in the wrong country, stuck with me. These two areas nicely fit together to interest me in bankruptcy. There's a lot of math involved, and most of my clients develop their financial issues strictly due to bad luck. Since I can't help the millions of people starving in Africa, I try to give back a little by helping those who need a fresh start in life, and bankruptcy allows me to do that.
Of course estate planning and probate also deal with math. I suppose that's what drew me into those areas as well.
As mentioned above, I grew up traveling the world, spending time in Africa and Haiti. I saw the worst that the world has to offer. Then I came back to America in high school and saw the best the world has to offer, but this country isn't perfect and there are still those struggling to make it through. Having witnessed what I did in the third world environment, I made it a goal of mine at a young age to help people. I hope that I am able to do that and I hope that people come away feeling as though I have.
I handle every single case entirely on my own. I don't have legal assistants typing up my documents. I don't use a paralegal to prepare my bankruptcies or trusts. I do it all myself while sitting at my desk. I believe in being hands on and I believe that each case I handle is the most important thing happening in each client's life. I try to treat each case that way. I don't have an answering service and I don't have a phone line where people leave me messages, never to hear back from me. I have one phone, and it's my cell phone. When you call my office you will get me. I will be the one who answers the phone (when available), so you don't have to worry about being unable to get in touch with your attorney when you need him the most.
I believe that before any client or potential client makes a life altering decision, or believes they may soon need an attorney, they should get one. Sometimes trying to educate one's self can be misleading and lead to dire consequences. There are areas of the law where even lawyers don't agree. There are millions of opinions on the internet. If someone is going to educate themselves, they should do it in a law library or on an actual legal site with attorneys, where they know that what they read has some validity to it. Perhaps the worst mistake a client can make is to talk about their legal issues with non lawyers and get poor advice, thus leading to worse problems.
I recently got married for the first time and am enjoying my life tremendously right now. I have no children yet. Prior to forming my own legal practice, I worked at a law firm in Oklahoma City for 12 years. In my spare time I love to spend time with my wife, attend athletic events, the theater, and watch the occasional good movie. My wife and I also try to get out of the country and see a different part of the world at least once a year. Last year it was Eastern Europe. This year we are considering South America.
Bar Number: 18691
University of Oklahoma College of Law
Juris Doctorate, 2000
Political Science and Business Administration, 1997
Summer School Courses, 1998
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