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Abby Broyles

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Practice Areas

  • Family Law
  • Criminal Law

Current Employment Position

  • Attorney


Attorney Abby Broyles joined the Kuykendall Law Office in 2022 as a familiar face in the community from her decade on television as an investigative journalist and Oklahoma's 2020 Democratic nominee for United States Senate.

Abby primarily practices criminal law handling felony and misdemeanor cases in both state and municipal courts. She is also admitted to the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma.

About a third of Abby's practice is dedicated to divorce, child custody, and guardianships. Navigating the legal system is tough when you're facing divorce, child custody issues, or stepping in to serve as someone's guardian, and Abby is a strong advocate for her clients while walking them through each step of the process. She can help you with family law cases in Oklahoma, Cleveland, Canadian, Pottawatomie, McClain, and Garvin counties.

Prior to her legal career, Abby was an award-winning television journalist in Oklahoma City. Abby uncovered political corruption that led to felony charges against a state senator, unraveled the story of a hush-money sexual harassment scandal at the state capitol, and held lawmakers accountable for wasting taxpayer dollars defending legislation they knew to be unconstitutional. Abby worked full time as a journalist while putting herself through law school at Oklahoma City University School of Law where she was a member of the Law Review and graduated with honors. Upon passing the bar, she opened her own law practice then joined an Oklahoma-owned production company as an attorney and philanthropic director.

Abby was Oklahoma's Democratic nominee for United States Senate in 2020. She stays involved with politics with her voter registration work through the Grit for Democracy nonprofit organization she founded in 2020.

Abby was born and raised in Bethany, Oklahoma, and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and political science from California Baptist University. She is involved in a number of local charitable organizations and a member of Rotary Club 29.