Kayla’s practice focuses on families and children, encompassing dissolutions of marriage, custody, parenting plans, and protective orders. With her legal knowledge, Kayla helps each client craft an individualized solution to their legal issues. She communicates clearly and frequently with her clients, allowing them to navigate the legal process and focus on coping with challenging times in their lives.
Kayla graduated from the University of Oregon with a BA in psychology and a minor in anthropology in 2013. She received her law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law in 2017, earning a Public Interest Law Concentration, a Family Law Concentration, and a Pro Bono Award for service to the community.
During law school, she volunteered for and participated in the Domestic Violence Clinic, representing indigent survivors of domestic violence in family law matters. She also worked as a law clerk. After graduating from law school, Kayla served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Charles M. Zennaché at the Lane County Circuit Court in Eugene, Oregon. She joined the Reynolds Law Firm in January 2019.
Kayla is actively involved in the Corvallis community. She is on the board at the Center Against Rape and Domestic Violence, and is on the Wine and Whiskers Committee at Heartland Humane Society.
In her free time, Kayla loves to hike, camp, and spend time with her partner and her three dogs, Summit (chocolate lab, goofy), Apex (red husky, blind), and Denali (black husky, vision impaired).