High Swartz is pleased to announce the addition of Jennifer R. Ryan as a family law attorney to the law firm's Family Law Team. After working at several respected Bucks and Montgomery county family law firms, Ms. Ryan is happy to again work in Doylestown where she grew up. She will continue to focus on all areas of family law including divorce, child support, child custody, alimony, equitable distribution, and Protections from Abuse actions.
“I was honored to get the opportunity to join the well-known Family Law team at High Swartz. Family is extremely important to me, and the firm understands that. You have to find the right work/life balance, especially in the current climate. I'm excited to be able to refer my clients to the other reputable practice areas at the firm. Often families will need wills or real estate assistance and it just makes sense to be able to go down the hall rather than outside the firm.”
After attending Central Bucks High School West in Doylestown, Jen moved on to Temple University’s Fox School of Business. She graduated with a degree in Marketing and briefly worked in the advertising and marketing industry. After the birth of her 3 children, Jen returned to school, earning her J.D. from Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law.
Jen is an active member of the Bucks County Bar Association through which she also regularly provides pro-bono services to parties in Protection from Abuse actions. Outside of the office, Jen is the head coach of the Rock Gold Waye 14U National softball team based in Southampton, PA. Her daughter currently plays third base for the team. Softball runs in the family, as Jen's older daughter is committed to playing for a Division II softball program in the Northeast beginning in the fall of 2022.
Jen's son currently plays varsity lacrosse for Central Bucks East High School in Buckingham, PA. In her downtime, you can find Jen in her backyard tending to her garden and caring for her English bulldog – Stella, her french bulldog – Frankie, and her brood of chickens.