Ryan A. Webber
I am the newest associate attorney at Keystone Elder Law P.C. Prior to joining Keystone, I practiced complex civil litigation with a local Mechanicsburg attorney focusing on employment law, construction law, and will disputes. During this time, I developed a wealth of experience in navigating the local court systems and civil procedure. I also regularly prepared continuing education courses on legal technology for both the Cumberland and Dauphin County Bar Associations.
I joined Keystone after recognizing how difficult it was for my parents to deal with caring for my grandparents as they developed complications such as Alzheimer’s. I am particularly concerned with the lack of resources available to assist the elderly and their caregivers with care planning and important end-of-life issues.
I graduated from Widener University Commonwealth School of Law in May 2010 in the top third of my class and am a current member of the law school’s Alumni Board. During law school, I was a member of the Trial Advocacy Honor Society and regularly participated in mock trial events on campus. I also clerked with the Governor’s Office of General Counsel within the Department of Health. I am a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Cumberland County Bar Association, and the Cumberland County Inn of Courts. Additionally, I am an accredited attorney for veteran’s benefits before the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
As an associate attorney at Keystone Elder Law P.C., I focus on estate planning and estate administration. I am dedicated to being an advocate for the elderly and to helping others navigate the increasingly complex healthcare system. I am excited to join the outstanding people here at Keystone Elder Law P.C. and look forward to working with them in strong service to the community.
I currently reside in Mechanicsburg. Outside of work, I am an active member of Eureka – West Shore Lodge No. 302 F&AM. I also enjoy socializing with friends, traveling, running, cooking, and winemaking.