Alternative Dispute Resolution
For over 25 years, Kyle Basinger has been a leading force in family law for North Texas. Besides divorce, Kyle’s experience extends to modification, child support, custody and visitation, adoption, mediation and collaborative law, and Alternative Dispute Resolution. He is President of Collaborative Law Dallas. Kyle was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, Chemical Corps, in the United States Army Reserves and was honorably discharged as a Captain in 1991.
Southern Methodist University School of Law, J.D., 1989
Member, legal honor fraternity Phi Delta Phi
Served as the Magister (President)
Leading Articles Editor for The International Lawyer
St. Edwards University, MBA, 1986
Texas A & M University, B.S. in Microbiology, 1981
Kyle became a member of the Texas State Bar in 1989, and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts in the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas, the U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Awards and Recognition
Kyle has been selected to “The Best Lawyers in America” as published by U.S. News and World Report since 2010 and as a Super Lawyer as published in Texas Monthly since 2008. He is a Master in both the Annette Stewart Inn and the Curt B. Henderson American Inns of Court, and is a Fellow of both the Texas Bar Foundation and the Collaborative Law College of Texas.
He is a member of the Collin, Dallas and Denton County Bar Associations, Texas Bar Association (Family Law Section), Pro Bono College of Texas, College of the State Bar of Texas, and Collaborative Law Institute of Texas.
Kyle was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana and attended high school at the American School of Aberdeen in Scotland. Kyle and his wife, Marijo, have a son Aaron and daughter-in-law Rachel, and a daughter Lauren and son-in-law James. Kyle and Marijo are also proud grandparents of Regan. Kyle is active at Parkway Hills Baptist Church, where he serves as a teacher and deacon.