Asset Division, Child Visitation Enforcement, Family Law
As a law student, Kyle spent a year working as a legal intern for the Kitsap County Prosecutor’s Office near Seattle where he appeared in court on behalf of the state of Washington to prosecute misdemeanors. While there, he gained valuable courtroom speaking and presentation skills. Kyle also had the opportunity to work at Seattle University’s legal clinic where he partnered with a local public defender’s office to defend juveniles accused of criminal offenses. It was at this clinic that Kyle became passionate about working with clients to help them resolve complex legal issues.
Seattle University School of Law
Seattle, WA · J.D.
Los Angeles, CA · B.A. Diplomacy and World Affairs
Lake Oswego High School
Lake Oswego, OR
Kyle is a board member of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Central Oregon advisory council and part of the Community Outreach Committee. He also participates in numerous economic and business development forums aimed at increasing Central Oregon’s business climate. Prior to joining Stahancyk, Kent & Hook, Kyle volunteered at the St. Andrew’s Legal Clinic in Portland where he counseled and advised low-income clients on family law concerns. New to Central Oregon, Kyle is looking forward to continuing his advocacy of low-income families in the community.
Before enrolling in law school, Kyle lived and worked in Russia for three years. While there, he gained an appreciation for Russian language, culture, and literature. Kyle loves the outdoors and spends much of his free time skiing, hiking, and camping.