Asset Division, Child Visitation Enforcement, Family Law
Kyle Piro, who became a shareholder at Stahancyk, Kent & Hook in 2019, has extensive experience advising clients in all aspects of matrimonial and family law. Kyle is a tireless advocate for his clients, guiding them through some of the most challenging transitions in their lives. Known for his straightforward and responsive approach to representing his clients, Kyle is as successful in litigation as in settlement negotiations. Kyle concentrates his practice in family law, particularly complex and high conflict divorces and custody cases that require creative solutions and fierce advocacy.
Kyle litigates and negotiates on behalf of his clients in the following areas:
- contested and mediated divorce and dissolution proceedings
- equitable distribution, spousal maintenance, and related financial issues
- custody, visitation, and child support
- pre-nuptial, post-nuptial, and separation agreements
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 an active member of the Deschutes County Bar Association. He has served as chair of Central Oregon Matrimonial Attorneys, a group of family law attorneys that meets monthly to discuss issues of family law. He also participates in numerous economic and business development forums aimed at increasing Central Oregon’s business climate.
Kyle is a member of the Advisory Board for Big Brothers Big Sisters Central Oregon and he previously held the title of vice chair. 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.
Kyle has two young children. He and his wife enjoy spending time with them by sharing their love for skiing, hiking, and camping. 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.