Cezanne N. Williams, also known as Danita Williams, and Ryan Dobson got married in 1999 and got divorced in 2001. Dobson claims that due to the conditions of the divorce, he is not legally permitted to provide much information about it, but he has claimed that as a result of the divorce, he lost a sizable sum of money.
In La Mirada, California, Dobson and Williams studied at Biola University, a private Christian institution. Williams was a senior in 1993 and the women’s soccer team’s assistant manager in 1994. Dobson, who graduated from the university in 1995, managed the women’s soccer squad that year.
According to Dobson, the couple purchased a home just before getting divorced. After the divorce, they divided assets in accordance with Californian law, which resulted in his financial loss.
In 2005, Dobson remarried. Lincoln Cash is the child that Dobson and his new wife, Laura, share.
Ryan was adopted when he was a little child by James and Shirley Dobson. Dobson claims that up until 2002, when he started working as a Christian youth lecturer, he spent his youth rebelling. In 2003, he published his first book, “Be Intolerant: Because Some Things Are Just Stupid,” after inking a book deal.
Dobson holds conservative Christian beliefs, which he discusses in both his book and lectures. He has drawn criticism from those who charge him with being hypocritical as a result of his divorce.