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The Creative's Genius

Every creative needs a legal genius on their side. 

Meet Kyona. 

Kyona is the founder of The McGhee Law Firm, PLLC better known as "Trademark My Stuff". As a mother of three children and a wife, she graduated as valedictorian of her law school class in May 2018. Prior to graduation, she was already being recognized for her expertise and skill. Kyona was selected to be the teaching assistant while in law school for The Law of Evidence and Professional Ethics and Responsibility courses. She was also named by Ms. JD as a "Woman of the Law" at an event at Harvard Law School in the fall of 2017. Lastly, she is regarded as a leader in the small business community, having been named "Minority Small business Owner of the Year," by the Flint and Genesee Chamber of Commerce in 2015.

Since founding this firm, Kyona has successfully filed thousands of trademark applications, and held the hands of hundreds of entrepreneurs as they navigate the demands of growing a new business. Kyona now leads a legal team of seven phenomenal women and men helping push the mission of this firm forward every day. 

She been recognized by the American Bar Association, Yahoo, Law Practice Today, NewsNation, and countless other national media outlets. 

Professional Affiliations: 

State Bar of Michigan

State Bar of Washington

Genesee County Bar Association

Mallory Van Dyke Bar Association 

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The Creative's
Dream Team

There's no way Kyona would be able to support so many trailblazing entrepreneurs on her own. Thanks to the amazing Dream Team, behind the scenes, our office prides itself on relentlessly serving our clients

every step of the way.


We have a team member assigned to each client at every stage so that no one is left behind or is left without a real live person to connect with if things ever sound confusing. As apart of our signature onboarding process each one of our clients are introduced to the team members that will help build their

legacy for years to come! 

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