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Licenses & Admissions
Ms. Lytle is licensed to practice in Indiana.
Ms. Lytle received her Associate of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Indiana University Kokoma. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Dayton School of Law.
Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Lytle was a general litigation attorney and represented clients in both state and federal courts. She regularly litigated cases involving custody modifications, divorce, and post-dissolution matters. Additionally, she worked in the area of criminal defense, Child in Need of Services/Termination of Parental Rights defense, civil litigation and residential real estate matters. She served as a conflict public defender in Grant County, Indiana, and has represented clients in motions hearings and trials, as well as appellate matters. She has also served as Guardian ad Litem and mediator in family law cases.
“I have been completely impressed by Kim. I felt she had my son’s best interests in mind from the first moment I met her in court. Cordell & Cordell is reputable no matter what county you’re in. I tell everyone I meet to go with Cordell & Cordell. It’s a very professional firm, and I see the difference.”
“Everything was handled professionally and in my best interests. Kimberly led me in the right direction. I am very happy with the services received.”
“Kim has been very understanding and helpful so far. She has been great at giving me feedback and information to help [me] maintain calm during the process.”
“Kimberly listens and seems to know what I want to do. It seems like she can understand what it’s like to go through this process. She seems to be authentic with who she is and shows that she’s human, which is nice. I’m happy with things so far.”