Corinne Hoover Six is the lead attorney of Hoover Kacyon, LLC’s Family Law Practice Group and is a Certified Specialist in Family Law and focuses her practice exclusively on family law issues, including divorce, child custody and adoption.

Corinne has been recognized as a National Trial Lawyers Top 100 and Top 40 under 40 and from the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys 10 Best, and from the National Academy of Family Law Attorneys Top 10.

Corinne knew from a very young age that she was destined to be an attorney. The daughter of Judge Kim R. Hoover and the granddaughter of the late Attorney Orval R. Hoover, Corinne grew up in a family that excelled in the legal field and taught her the value of helping others through difficult legal issues. Now, Corinne has carried on that family tradition, along with her brother, Attorney Tad Orval Hoover, practicing in the same building that her father, grandfather and other extended family practiced before her.

As the mother of three young children, Corinne knows nothing is more important than family. Because of this, Corinne’s practice area focuses exclusively on family law, including divorce and dissolution, child custody, paternity, child support, adoption and other issues that effect families, including estate planning. Corinne has extensive past experience as a Guardian ad Litem (GAL) in both domestic relations and juvenile court and has also taught seminars and training classes for other GALs. She formerly served on the Board of Directors for Ohio CASA. In addition t her litigation-centered practice, Corinne is also a certified divorce and family law mediator.

Previously, Corinne served as a magistrate for the Norton Mayor’s Court and as Special Counsel to the Ohio Attorney General, where she was charged with collecting debts and protecting the financial interests of the state in courtrooms all across Ohio. Corinne also served as an Assistant Prosecutor to the City of Tallmadge and as a law clerk for Judge Linda Tucci Teodosio in the Summit County Juvenile Court and at the Summit County Prosecutor’s office.

Corinne is also actively involved in the community. She has served her church as a member of church council and as a volunteer for Royal Family Kids’ Camp, a summer camp for abused and neglected children. She currently serves on the Board of Directions for SummitPAC, a political action committee devoted to recruiting and supporting qualified candidates for public office in Summit County.

Corinne is an active member of the Akron Bar Association and as a member of the Family Law Section, a Foundation Fellow and on the Board of Directors of the Akron Bar Foundation, the charitable wing of the Akron Bar Association.


Contact Corinne Hoover Six at corinne@hooverkacyon.com