Ransom received his Bachelor of Science degree in Geospatial Intelligence from Brigham Young University in 2010. After obtaining his undergraduate degree, he then graduated from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law.
After graduating from law school, Ransom worked as in-house counsel with an investment advisory firm. He then continued his focus on the financial aspects of the law by working in the corporate tax department of a Fortune 1000 company. From there, Ransom honed his litigation skills first as a trial attorney for the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, and then as a solo practitioner defending parents and children in cases involving the Arizona Department of Child Safety. Since joining Compton Law, P.C., Ransom has focused his practice to include all aspects of estate planning, including probate, trusts, wills, and other varied succession plans.