Kyra M. Raimey

Associate Attorney

Dayton divorce attorney Kyra M. RaimeyDayton divorce attorney Kyra M. Raimey has always been fascinated with people and how they relate to one another, including in a divorce matter.

Since 2003, Ms. Raimey’s practice has been devoted to family law as this is the area of law she is most passionate about and where her gifts are best utilized. She enjoys building a rapport with her client and knowing she is helping someone through potentially the most difficult time in his or her life with compassion, knowledge, and excellence.

Although Ms. Raimey has a calm and caring demeanor, she doesn’t hesitate to be aggressive if that is what is in her client’s best interests.

“I know this is a difficult time in your life and I am here to help you through it with the least amount of damage to you and your children,” she said. “We are partners in this process and I will represent you to the best of my ability.

“You are in good hands.”

Licenses & Admissions

Ms. Raimey is licensed to practice in Ohio.


Ms. Raimey earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology from Illinois Wesleyan. She received her Juris Doctor from Indiana University – Bloomington.

Professional Experience

Ms. Raimey has enjoyed a wide variety of legal experiences that range from the big-firm atmosphere to being a solo practitioner. Along with working in various settings, Ms. Raimey has also practiced in various areas of the law including: environmental, criminal, and family law. Ms. Raimey is a certified mediator in the area of family law.


  • Cincinnati Academy of Collaborative Professionals, 2005
  • International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, 2008
  • Warren County Bar Association, 2003
  • Butler County Bar Association, 2003
  • Cincinnati Bar Association, 2003
  • Family Law Forum, Montgomery County, 2016


Ms. Raimey was recognized as an Ohio Rising Star in the family law practice area by Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters rating service of outstanding lawyers.

Speeches, Seminars, & Publications

  • Cincinnati Bar Association, Domestic Relations Institute, The Role of the Guardian Ad Litem, Spring 2013