Kyle S. Irvin is a partner with the firm. Kyle, a native of College Springs, Iowa, obtained his B.A. in 2002 from Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa. He attended law school at the University of Iowa graduating in 2005.
Kyle is engaged in the general practice of law with a large part of his practice devoted to the areas of estate planning, probate administration, drafting of wills and trusts, real estate, business corporations, and debtor/creditor issues.
Kyle is chairperson of the governing council for the Probate, Trust, and Estate Planning Section of the Iowa Bar Association for 2016-2017 and a former past president of the Siouxland Estate Planning Council.
Kyle is a member of the Iowa State Bar Association, Nebraska State Bar Association, and South Dakota State Bar Association. He also serves on the board of directors for the Siouxland Senior Center for Active Generations and Sunrise Manor Retirement Community in Sioux City, IA.
|Award name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Robert S. Hunt Legal History Prize Winner||University of Iowa College of Law||2005|
|Partner||Corbett, Anderson, Corbett, Vellinga & Irvin||2005 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Iowa Academy of Trust and Estate Counsel||Member||2013 - Present|
|The History of the Iowa Law School, 1865-2010||“The Historical Tide of International Legal Education at the University of Iowa College of Law”||2011|
|University of Iowa College of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2005|
|Northwestern College||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2002|
|2016 Iowa State Bar Association Annual Meeting||“The Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Deeds Act”||2016|
|University of Iowa College of Law’s Spring Tax Institute||“Iowa’s New Power of Attorney Act”||2015|
|University of Iowa College of Law’s Fall Probate Seminar||“Iowa Legislative and Case Law Update for Trusts and Estates”||2015|
|2015 National Business Institute Seminar “Tax Exempt Organizations From Start to Finish”||“The Incorporation Process”||2015|
|2015 National Business Institute Seminar “Trusts 101”||“Where to Begin?- An Overview of Trusts”, “Revocable Living Trusts”, and “Estate Planning for the Disabled”||2015|
|University of Iowa College of Law’s Spring Tax Institute||“Iowa Fiduciary Issues & Developments”||2013|
|2013 Iowa State University Center for Agricultural Law and Taxation Farm Estate and Business Planning Seminar||“Iowa Fiduciary Issues & Developments”||2013|
|Iowa Legal Aid’s Fall Civil Practice Seminar||“Working with Special Needs Trusts and Miller Trusts”||2013|
|University of Iowa College of Law’s Fall Probate Seminar||“The Baur Case and Other Developments of Interest Regarding Estates, Trusts, and Closely-Held Businesses”||2013|
|Iowa State Bar Association’s 2013 Bloethe Tax School||“Iowa Probate Case Update”||2013|
|2013 National Business Institute Seminar “Estate Planning for Farmers and Ranchers”||“Planning for a Gradual Transfer within the Family”||2013|
|2011 Annual Meeting of the Iowa State Bar Association||“Equal v. Fair - Estate Planning When a Child is Involved in the Family Business or Farm”||2011|
|2011 National Business Institute (NBI) Seminar- The Probate Process from Start to Finish||“Determining if the Spouse’s Elective Share is a Reasonable Option” and “Putting the Case to Rest: Closing the Estate”||2011|
|October 2010 Siouxland Estate Planning Council Meeting||“Special Needs Trusts”||2010|
|In the Matter of Trust #T-1 of Mary Faye Trimble, 86 N.W. 2d 474 (Iowa, 2013)||Successful Defense of a Trustee|
|Kettler v. Sec. Nat. Bank of Sioux City, 805 N.W.2d 817 (Iowa Court of Appeals, 2011)||Successful Defense of Estate's claim to a severed joint tenancy share|
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October 1, 2013