Divorce is the legal termination of a marriage, in which one or more issues must be adjudged by a court.
The judicial system can be a confusing place. One wrong turn can set you back and create unnecessary stress and anxiety. Kyle knows that firsthand – and he knows how to avoid those detours.
With more than 10 years of experience as a staff attorney, litigator, and former Judge Advocate in the U.S. Army Reserve, his goal has always been to help others find their way quickly and efficiently through the courts, minimizing harm, saving time, and resolving issues quickly and fairly. Kyle’s background as a family law attorney has shown him what works well and what results in the best outcomes for clients and their families. He has experience and training in both mediation and litigation to develop and apply the most effective legal strategy to any situation.
Kyle is a Cincinnati native and proud graduate of Elder High School, Miami University, and the University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law. He lives in Fort Wright, KY with his awesome wife and adorable daughter.
Kentucky Bar, October 2010
Ohio Bar, June 2012
Ohio State Bar Association – Family Law Committee and Juvenile Law Committee
Cincinnati Bar Association – Juvenile Law and Domestic Relations Court practice groups
Northern Kentucky Bar Association – Family Law Section
Kentucky Bar Association – Family Law Section
American Bar Association – Family Law member group
Dissolution is the legal termination of a marriage, in which the legal issues have been resolved by an agreement between the parties.
Spousal support is monetary support paid from one spouse (or former spouse) to the other.
In cases involving children, courts must allocate parental rights and responsibilities to ensure the safety, care, and financial support of the children.
In general, the parent who is not the residential parent and legal custodian of the child(ren) will pay child support.
These are proceedings in Ohio’s juvenile courts that seek to determine whether a child is abused, neglected, or dependent, and to put protective measures in place for such children.
What Clients Are Saying
“Kyle Wiete was referred to us by a family member and we couldn’t be happier. My husband and I worked with him to prepare our Wills, Medical Power of Attorney and other such documents. His expertise and direction helped us make informed decisions for things we hadn’t even considered, or even realized were necessary. He came highly recommended, and for good reason. I would highly recommend him.”
“My husband and I worked with Kyle to draw up a Last Will and Testament. I was overwhelmed by the concept and had no real knowledge of the process. In our meeting, Kyle was able to explain things to my level of understanding, put my mind at ease, and walk us patiently through the documentation. I left the appointment feeling informed and confident that I had put plans in place that will protect my family no matter what the future brings. Thank you, Kyle!”
“My husband and I met with Kyle to write our wills. This is a difficult topic but Kyle was kind and compassionate and did an amazing job of helping us. We respect and trust Kyle and will definitely call him if we need legal assistance in the future.”
Kyle was referred to us by a friend and had the skill sets that we were looking for. We had a few bad experiences with attorneys in the past but Kyle came through and exceeded our expectations. He was prompt, thorough, and took the time to explain everything in detail. The process was honestly much simpler with Kyle on our side. I would recommend him to any of my friends and family.