Caroline Kim

Caroline S. Kim is a seasoned bankruptcy attorney who brings deep domain knowledge, industry experience, and insight.

Prior to founding the Kim Law Group, Ms. Kim served as a managing attorney for one of the largest national bankruptcy firms. By applying her extensive knowledge in overseeing multiple facets of legal services, she is committed to providing her clients with the most effective, efficient and quality legal services, including Chapter 7, Chapter 13 and Chapter 11 bankruptcy services.

In addition, she also represents clients in adversary cases relating to bankruptcy cases. Ms. Kim has filed and handled over 2,000 bankruptcy-related cases in Eastern, Southern and Central Districts of California. Ms. Kim is admitted to United States Courts of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and she is also admitted to practice in California Supreme Court.

In addition to bankruptcy, Ms. Kim also represents clients in divorce and child custody/support cases. Her goal is to judiciously protect the rights of her clients by providing courteous counsel and trustworthy representation one client at a time. Ms. Kim takes great pride in the personal attention she gives to every aspect of each of her client’s case, whether it involves anything from divorce negotiations to child custody. Ms. Kim handles every aspect of her clients’ cases, from start to completion, in and outside the courtroom. She is dedicated to protecting your family, your assets and your future.

Ms. Kim also assists her clients with unlawful detainer cases. An unlawful detainer is a process by which a commercial or residential landlord evicts a tenant for failure to pay rent, or failure to comply with a covenant in the lease. Kim Law Group represents both commercial and residential landlords and tenants in eviction cases. This includes drafting 3-day and 30-day notices, preparing unlawful detainer complaints and responses, getting the defendants served, requesting an immediate trial, obtaining judgments, obtaining writs of possession and then enabling the Sheriff’s Department to serve a notice to vacate. We have an extensive experience representing both landlords and tenants to provide you the most effective representation possible.