Kyle B. Mandeville loves a challenge. When his clients ask questions about business strategy, long-term visas, or the transition of family farms, Kyle’s strategic mind starts turning. He approaches each situation from multiple angles to determine the best outcome for his clients. “I find a comprehensive, global solution that solves the problems,” he says.
Kyle first joined BB&C as a law clerk, but after graduating from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in 2003, he started practicing full-time. During his first few years at the firm, Kyle handled trial litigation cases. His experience taught him how to prepare business contracts, protect assets, and minimize litigation.
Today, Kyle represents entrepreneurs, and many of his clients are agribusiness and international entrepreneurs. He assists with the business, immigration, and estate planning needs of business owners. Because he always looks for fiscally smart solutions, Kyle creates plans that successfully transfer family businesses to the next generation. He also helps entrepreneur immigrants obtain long-term visas. “Creating a plan for a family business or an entrepreneur is rewarding,” Kyle says. “They are grateful for creative solutions.”
In addition to practicing law at BB&C, Kyle serves as board member of the Attica Community Foundation and a member of the affiliated Finance Committee. He is also an active board member of his church.
Purdue University – Agribusiness Management
Indiana University – Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Admitted to Practice
State of Indiana
U.S. Northern District Court of Indiana
U.S. Southern District Court of Indiana
Tippecanoe County Bar Association
Fountain County Bar Association
Indiana State Bar Association – Leadership Development Academy
American Bar Association
American Immigration Lawyers Association
American Agricultural Law Association
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