In 2010 Kim completed a Bachelor of Laws at Monash University. Prior to being admitted as a lawyer she worked at the Fair Work Ombudsman providing advice on employee rights and entitlements to the general public. Kim was then a Case Manager in the Family Dispute Resolution Service of Victoria Legal Aid. She then completed her Practical Legal Training at the Leo Cussen Institute and was admitted to practice in early 2015. She brings a wealth of experience in working with separated families though her role as case manager. She adopts a practical and child focused approach in family law matters. Kim’s areas of practice also includes:
- Family law property and children’s matters;
- Victims of crime;
- Wills and probate;
- Powers of attorney;
- Purchase and sale of business; and
- Intervention orders.
Kim appears at the Magistrates Court of Victoria, the Federal Circuit Court of Australia and the Family Court of Australia. She represents clients in both financial conferences and in mediation.