Ryan Blay was born in Michigan and will always proud to be a Wolverine. Ryan earned his law degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and has spent the last 12 years working for consumer and business bankruptcy firms in Illinois and
Wisconsin. During his career, he’s helped thousands of consumers, small businesses and farmers obtain debt relief and has defended mortgage foreclosure actions in state courts.
Ryan believes in the excellence that comes from dedication to the craft of legal practice, from leadership, and from continuing education. Ryan has authored articles and has spoken at state and local bar events on bankruptcy-related topics. He also served on various State Bar committees in Wisconsin, and served as a board member, secretary, and president of the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Wisconsin.
Ryan is looking forward to helping the good people of Kansas and western Missouri solve their financial problems. He filed WM Law's first Chapter 11 and Chapter 12 cases and continues to learn more about the practice of reorganizing small business and family farms.
In his spare time, Ryan can be found in Lawrence with his wife, Arpita, an assistant professor at the University of Kansas, and their children, Priya and Felix. Ryan tries to see as many movies as he can and explore the Kansas City area (when COVID-19 is over, at least!). Ideas for activities are always welcome! Ryan is… Here to help.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.