Des Moines, Iowa 50309
Tyler Coe is known for his approachable demeanor and awareness of the many factors that come into play in each case. High conflict cases and financial matters are key areas of emphasis for Tyler. He thoroughly analyzes and collaborates with clients to understand and get to the bottom of complicated relationships.
As a family lawyer, he is experienced in managing cases involving divorce, child custody, modifications, and high conflict disputes. He is familiar with the unique needs in mid-to-high asset divorce. He routinely represents young professionals, established professionals, business owners, executives, and stay-at-home spouses. He works closely with financial advisors, accountants, and therapists to provide a full spectrum of services and assistance for clients.
He focuses his practice on families and the personal needs they may have both during and after dissolution. He is able to assist in matters involving children and can help establish plans that prepare for their future. For Tyler, family also includes pets and the custody issues families face regarding custody.
In addition to divorce and family law, Tyler provides advisement and litigation and litigation services to mental health professionals regarding records, best practices regarding document management, and subpoenas. Business owners and individuals often call on Tyler’s judgment to connect them with other attorneys in the firm. These areas include business matters, general litigation, real estate transactions, and ongoing legal needs.
Tyler is trained collaborative divorce for clients who wish to resolve their family law matters outside of litigation and the county courthouse. Collaborative divorce involves an open exchange of information and utilizes a problem-solving approach to avoid the conflict and uncertainty found in contested litigation matters. As requested by clients, mental health professionals and certified financial planners can be included in the process.
Tyler’s community involvement includes serving on a non-profit board that was ranked on Business Record’s Book of Lists as one of the top-25 most influential boards in the Des Moines metro area and the Downtown Des Moines Chamber of Commerce. Currently, Tyler serves as president of a non-profit board dedicated to children’s mental health. He regularly provides media outlets and professional organizations with commentary on Iowa law.
University of Iowa College of Law