Nancy Potter Lyle

Nancy started her practice working at a large firm in Dallas, Texas and at that firm focused on real estate law. Desiring to be closer to her family, she returned to Northwest Missouri in 2010. Nancy’s practice at Taylor, Siemens, Elliot & Creedy includes a wide breadth of practice areas and clients. Nancy handles matters concerning real estate and corporate transactions; corporate formation and planning; estate planning; loan workouts, forbearances, foreclosures, and bankruptcies; personal injury claims and litigation; business and commercial litigation; and trust and estate disputes and planning.

Nancy’s clients include individuals, corporations, start-up companies, and family-owned farms and businesses. Nancy prides herself in forming relationships with her clients and dedicating her skills and knowledge to achieving each of her client’s goals. She strives to find practical solutions to solve any issue a client is facing.


  • Missouri
  • Kansas
  • Texas
  • United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri


Nancy received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Institution and Policy in May 2003 from William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo., where she graduated summa cum laude. At William Jewell College, Nancy was a member of the Oxbridge Honors Program and studied at Oxford University in England. She attended law school at Washington University in St. Louis, graduating Order of the Coif in May 2008. During law school, Nancy served as the Managing Editor of Washington University Global Studies Law Review.


Nancy lives on a family farm with her husband and children. She is active in her local church and serves on several non-profit and business organizations in the community.

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