Daryle Tibbs

1329 E. Kemper Rd. #4230
Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
United States
Office Phone: 513-793-7544
Member since 2016
Membership Type: IACP



Daryle C. Tibbs is a lifelong resident of Cincinnati and proud alum of William Mason High School. After finishing her education and working for another firm for approximately one year, Daryle returned to Cincinnati and opened Tibbs Law Office in May, 2011.

As part of her efforts to give back to the community, Daryle has served as an attorney advisor for the Mason High School Mock trial team where the students learn to think critically and learn about courtroom etiquette. From 2013 through 2015, Daryle served on the Board of Directors for Living Hope Transitional Homes, a non-profit organization which helped homeless women and children transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency.

Area(s) of Practice: Tibbs Law Office offers services in small business, real estate, family law (divorce and dissolutions), estate administration and estate planning. Tibbs Law Office began offering collaborative divorce services in January, 2016. Our firm has two attorneys that offer collaborative divorce services.
License(s): Daryle received her Ohio license to practice law in May, 2010 and her Kentucky license to practice law in May, 2016.

Professional Activities

Daryle C. Tibbs is a contract attorney with the Ohio Domestic Violence Network, where she represents victims of domestic violence in various capacities. Tibbs Law Office is the only firm in the Cincinnati (Ohio) area that is certified by WBENC as a woman owned business.

Undergraduate Education

Daryle received her undergraduate education from Miami University. She graduated in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a minor in History. During her time at Miami, Daryle studied on the Luxembourg campus for one semester.

Postgraduate Education

Daryle received a Master of Science degree in Law and Criminal Justice from Xavier University in 2007.

Professional Education

Daryle received her juris doctor from Capital University in January 2010. She received an endorsement for her pro bono work with the Ohio Public Defender's Office and practiced as a legal intern through Capital University's legal clinic.


"It was important to me to open my firm in Cincinnati, where I was born and raised. I strongly believe in giving back to the community and, in my opinion, there is no community that is more deserving or more in need of our firm's support than Cincinnati."