|MO||Good Standing, Active||1997||07/01/2017|
|KS||Authorized to practice law||1996||04/01/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top 100 Trial Lawyers||The American Trial Lawyers Association||2008|
|Partner||NORTON HARE,L.L.C.||2009 - Present|
|Partner||Erker, Norton & Hare, L.L.C.||1996 - 2009|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Johnson County Bar Foundation||Fellow||2001 - Present|
|Kansas Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Trial Lawyers of America||Member||N/A|
|Johnson County Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|National College for DUI Defense||Member||N/A|
|In the Matter of the Marriage of Hair, 40 Kan.App.2d 475, 193 P.3d 504 (2008)||Court of Appeals sustained trial court ruling|
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|University of Kansas School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1996|
Posted by John
I hired Ryan to handle my divorce. It was the best move I ever made. He walked me through everything, step by step, no surprises, and even talked bluntly when needed. He has an uncanny ability to both fully serve your interests but also help you understand the other side of the case so you (and he) can make informed decisions. Divorce is no fun for anyone, but you might as well have the best attorney around to help you navigate the craziness.
Posted by Jason
Mr. Hare represented me in a recent divorce. I was referred to Ryan by a good friend of mine that said he was "THE BEST!" I was VERY impressed with Ryan at every juncture. I am a business owner and he was very well versed at dealing with the complicated matter of involving a business in the divorce. He was to the point and gave me very sound advice. I will refer others to Ryan knowing they will be dealing with one of the best!
Posted by Jay
Mr. Hare helped me to sign the worst agreement of my entire life. He allowed the other attorney to write the agreement, then didn't review it fully for adverse content. His mistake eventually cost me dearly.
He talks a good game and has a blunt personality that makes it seem as though he'll do a great job of representing you. Sadly, this just isn't the case.