Phoenix Family Law Firm | Divorce Attorney in Arizona


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We are passionate about protecting and preserving families.  And for this reason, we focus primarily in the areas of divorce, family, and juvenile law. Through our dedication and experience we are well equipped to ardently advocate for you, your family, and their interests.

Our level of expertise is continuously recognized by courts throughout Arizona, and evident in our ability to pursue even complex claims of our clients vigorously and ethically. While our attorneys are advocates with strong reputations, we are much more than just litigators. We have helped many clients resolve their differences amicably through negotiated settlements, mediation, arbitration, and if necessary, trial.

Each attorney at our firm is skilled at customizing solutions to a client’s specific issues because we listen carefully to your objectives, respond with realistic assessments, and offer maximum access to our expertise throughout the legal process.





  • Ryan Reppucci
    Ryan Reppucci
    Managing Partner
  • Jonathan Roeder
    Jonathan Roeder
  • Cory Keith
    Cory Keith
    Associate Attorney
  • Connor Moore
    Connor Moore
    Associate Attorney
  • Katelyn Morgan
    Katelyn Morgan
    Associate Attorney
  • Ubani Ukuku
    Ubani Ukuku
    Associate Attorney
  • Nina Edidin
    Nina Edidin
    Associate Attorney


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Carmen Segura | July 3, 2020
Wonderful experience knowledge and responsive. Elda and Jonathan were helpful and responsive to all my questions and concerns . I was going to so much stress Elda was great responding to my emails it never took more than 24 hours to get a respond from her. I highly recommend Elda and Jonathan to all my friends and family.
Santiago | July 3, 2020
The experience and information that was given to me was of great value. Very professional and with a personal touch. I greatly appreciate all their help. Thank you
John Law | July 3, 2020
Ryan did a good job especially considering I didn't have an attorney most of my divorce. I would recommend him, but get him onboard at the beginning not the end.
Dan Palmer | July 3, 2020
Simply put, Ryan is outstanding! ! I’ve used his services exclusively for the last 6+ years on multiple custody and visitation cases. After having gone through three less than transparent attorneys before Ryan, it was incredibly refreshing when I found him. He’s courteous, responsive and the utmost professional. Best of all, I feel that I can trust his advice explicitly. A true rarity in this industry! Bottom line: I wouldn’t consider even having a conversation with another attorney!
Catherine Dolan | July 3, 2020
Thank you Jon for helping me with my case and making me feel comfortable during the proceedings. I appreciate the guidance you provided and legal recommendations so that I could result in the best possible outcome for my situation. I would have been very lost without your help!
Hannah Ridinger | July 3, 2020
I could not be happier with Reppucci and Roeder. My case was handled effectively and efficiently. I am very grateful for Cory Keith and the rest of the group. Thank you!
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  • Does it cost anything for my initial consultation?

    No. Reppucci & Roeder offers a free initial 30-minute consultation for prospective clients.

  • Do I need to bring anything to my consultation?

    Feel free to bring any documents that you would like us to review during your consultation. This can include legal documents filed with the Court, documents you were served with, or documents sent by the Court.

  • How much does it cost to hire an attorney at Reppucci & Roeder?

    Reppucci & Roeder prides itself on offering exemplary legal representation that is affordable. In many cases, Reppucci & Roeder can tailor a custom approach to your legal matter in order to work with most budgets. At your initial consultation, the consulting attorney will need to get a feel for the issues involved in your case, the complexity of your case, the exigency of the issues, what documents need to be filed, what hearings have been scheduled, etc. before providing you with a quote to retain the firm.

  • Does Reppucci & Roeder have payment plans?

    Reppucci & Roeder does offer payment plans on a case-by-case basis. An attorney will need to discuss in detail with you the issues involved in your case, the complexity of your case, the timing of your hearings, what documents need to be filed with the Court, etc. to determine if a payment plan can be offered for your particular case.

  • How long will it take to resolve my legal matter?

    Unfortunately, there is no accurate answer to this question. As with any legal matter, the length of your case will depend on a myriad of issues. However, rest assured that Reppucci & Roeder will work diligently to resolve the issues involved in your case. Whether we settle your case or litigate your case at trial, Reppucci & Roeder has the knowledge, experience, and aggressiveness to help you every step of the way.

  • Can you mediate and/or settle my case?

    Reppucci & Roeder has been quite successful in the art of negotiation and settlement…and for good reason! Settling your case will save you time and money. Therefore, we work hard in advocating your interests during mediation and settlement negotiations.

  • Do you guarantee results in my case?

    No. No attorney or law firm can guarantee a specific outcome in any legal matter. In fact, it is an ethical violation for an attorney to say so. Nonetheless, there is a reason we are one of the highest-rated family law firms in the Phoenix area. We are results-oriented and have helped thousands of clients all over the state of Arizona secure favorable outcomes in their court cases.

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Ryan Reppucci
Managing Partner

Ryan Reppucci is the managing partner at Reppucci & Roeder and is recognized as one of Phoenix’s leading family law attorneys.  After graduating from Arizona State with the highest honors and inclusion in America’s most prestigious student honor societies, Ryan attended the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.  His career as a law student was decorated with numerous awards, including the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law Book Award, nomination for membership in Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, as well as Moot Court.

Ryan began his law career in the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office in various roles with America’s busiest criminal court systems. His success in these roles led to a clerkship with a leading criminal defense firm. Recognizing that his passion was in helping families, Ryan chose to move back to his native hometown of Phoenix, Arizona, where he began his practice in Family and Domestic Relations Law. Throughout his career, Ryan has stayed committed to excellence, service to others, and integrity within the legal profession.  As part of his mantra of service to others, Ryan has served as Judge Pro Tempore for the Maricopa County Superior Court and regularly teaches as an adjunct law professor with Arizona Summit Law School.

Jonathan Roeder

Jonathan Roeder is one of the founding partners of Reppucci & Roeder. He is an Arizona native who has dedicated his life and career to the service of others.  After graduating salutatorian of his high school class, Jonathan attended beautiful and prestigious Pepperdine University, where he majored in Political Science.  During his tenure at Pepperdine University, his passion for helping others grew after securing a clinical position with a residential treatment center for juveniles with substance addictions.  Post-graduation, Jonathan returned to Arizona and served as a residential manager for mentally and physically disabled homes.


Jonathan attended Western Michigan University Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan.  Throughout his law school career, Jonathan worked as a legal clerk for local civil litigation and criminal defense attorney before returning home to Phoenix after graduation.  After the birth of his son, Jonathan worked as a faculty member for Grand Canyon University, teaching a variety of law-related courses with the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.  While his love for teaching was absolute, Jonathan felt that his calling was in the practice of law.  Accordingly, he co-founded the law firm of Reppucci & Roeder and has been exceedingly proud of helping build the firm’s reputation as one of the valley’s leading boutique litigation firms.


Cory Keith
Associate Attorney

Attorney Cory Keith is dedicated to providing competent and assertive legal representation to each of his clients. Mr. Keith prides himself on representing others the way he would wish to be represented. Before finding his passion for assisting families through their times of need in family law, Mr. Keith originally began his career practicing criminal and immigration law before finding his passion for assisting families. He is committed to helping others in their times of need and completely understands that normal people often find themselves in situations where they need legal representation. Mr. Keith’s goal is usually to assist the parties to agree in a low-dispute manner; however, parties or their attorneys can sometimes be unreasonable, and he is always prepared when litigation becomes necessary.

Mr. Keith has experience handling family law cases including, but not limited to, divorces, disputes regarding children, petitions to establish rights or to modify an existing order, premarital or postmarital agreements, amongst others. He has also handled complicated legal issues that require the use of custody evaluations, business valuations, medical examinations, and other professionals to resolve these complex cases.

Mr. Keith attended Arizona State University on a full-ride academic scholarship, where he obtained his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology. After excelling in his studies, Mr. Keith was offered a full-ride academic scholarship to attend law school. He joined and led several organizations throughout law school, including becoming the Executive Technical Editor of Law Review. During this time, he also served as a legal clerk with The Law Office of Joseph Ramiro-Shanahan, where he obtained family and juvenile law experience.

Mr. Keith was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. At the age of six, he set his goal to become an attorney–he achieved this goal at twenty-three. Mr. Keith is a hard-working, professional attorney who strives to fight for his clients throughout every step of legal proceedings.

Connor Moore
Associate Attorney

Connor Moore is a people-oriented, results-driven native of Mesa, Arizona, who is motivated by a passion for advocating for the rights of others, particularly in complex and emotionally difficult situations.

After graduating with honors from Mesa Preparatory Academy, Connor attended the University of Arizona, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in law and was included on the Dean’s List for his academic achievements while volunteering in several leadership roles with an international student organization.

Connor attended Indiana University McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis. He fulfilled his desire to provide aid to others through working at the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic by assisting indigent and underprivileged clients. In addition to being elected to serve as the president of an established organization at his law school after his first year, Connor’s other law school experiences include being asked to conduct legal research and write memos for books and law articles written by one of his professors and being selected to work as the legal intern to a member of the US House of Representatives.

Upon graduating from law school and passing the bar exam, Connor worked at a local civil litigation firm specializing in elder abuse cases classified as complex, tier 3 litigation in Arizona. At this firm, Connor was part of a compassionate, client-centered team that endeavored to secure hundreds of thousands of dollars for their clients through their devotion and experience.

Connor is a competitive and detail-oriented attorney who is proud to represent people in their time of need to attain the best result possible for his clients.

Katelyn Morgan
Associate Attorney

Katelyn Morgan (“Katie”) is a Colorado native who aspired to become an attorney at a young age.  After graduating high school, Katie moved to Flagstaff to attend Northern Arizona University where she graduated Cum Laude with a dual major in Criminology and Criminal Justice and Sociology with a Minor in Speech Communications.  While attending Northern Arizona University she continued to pursue her interest in the legal field while participating in the Arizona Innocence Project investigating claims of wrongful conviction and interning at a local criminal defense firm.

Shortly after graduating, Katie attended law school on scholarship.  While in law school Katelyn served on the Executive Board of the Student Bar Association and the Women’s Law Association.  During her law school tenure, Katie was selected by her professors as the recipient of the school’s mission pillar award for exemplifying student outcome centeredness, practice readiness, and service to the underserved.

Katie nominated currently serves on the Board of the Young Lawyer’s Division of the Arizona State Bar and is licensed in both Arizona and Utah. Katie enjoys advocating for families with diligence and compassion while assisting them through what can seem to be the most stressful and emotional times of their lives.

Ubani Ukuku
Associate Attorney

Ubani Ukuku is first generation Nigerian-American born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. True to the meaning of her first name, “a place where one goes to get resources or wealth,” Ubani is a wealth of knowledge and resources for all that she works with and has a passion for advocating for all.

A former public defender and justice and care pastor, Ubani has advocated for close to one decade in the community. During her six years in public defense, she represented thousands of adults and children in dependency and criminal proceedings. Due to her passionate advocacy, Ubani was awarded in 2016 with the Rising Star Award by the Arizona Public Defender’s Association; an award given each year a young attorney for high quality representation. After a successful legal career in public defense, Ubani took a two-year break to build a justice and care ministry for a 2000-person church in downtown Phoenix. Here, she took her expertise as an attorney and community relationships to develop three justice-focused initiatives and build an infrastructure to promote justice and teach others how to do the work of justice before returning to the active practice of law.

Throughout her career, Ubani has fed her love for advocacy by equipping and empowering others to do the same. This has led her to a number of public speaking engagements centered on families and children. She has presented a number of times at the Arizona Public Defender’s Association Statewide Conference, the State Bar of Arizona and leadership seminars in Arizona.
Ubani is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and a huge college football fan. In her free time, you can catch her cheering on her alma mater, THE University of Georgia Bulldogs, as well as her law school, the University of Houston Cougars.

Nina Edidin
Associate Attorney

Nina Edidin hails from Georgia by way of Chicago where she grew up. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and a Masters of Urban Planning from the University of Illinois. After moving to Georgia, she graduated from Georgia State University School of Law where she graduated in 1996.

Nina has practiced family law for over twenty-five years, first in Georgia then in Arizona. After passing the Bar she began her career as an Assistant District Attorney in the child support division, then as the head attorney for the Georgia Office of Child Support Enforcement, where she drafted or modified all the child support statutes. Nina was then asked to join the Attorney General’s Office to argue the constitutionality of the child support guidelines, winning the case. The opposing attorneys filed with the United States Supreme Court but were refused certification.

In Arizona Nina first worked for Legal Aid representing victims of domestic violence. After moving to Phoenix, she has worked as family attorney for over thirteen years. A divorcee herself, she understands many of the issues our clients face and how to overcome those issues.

As a former social worker and planner she takes a multi-dimensional approach to family law. Nina is aggressive when necessary, but also able to work with clients and attorneys to achieve a settlement. After litigating for so many years she is capable of putting on the most complicated of cases she also has the experience to guide clients to the best outcome for parents and children.