Kim joined the firm as an associate attorney in 2018. Her practice includes transactional work focusing on business formations, corporate governance, contracts, real estate, and other commercial law areas as well as acting as legal counsel and consultant for local firms. She also likes to help clients with their estate and succession planning needs. Kim likes to approach her clients’ needs from a wholistic position-looking for current and future needs and ensuring personal and commercial documents are drafted to maximize benefits while avoiding future conflicts. Before joining the firm, Kim owned and operated a small manufacturing business and worked as a designer and business consultant for over 15 years.
Kim holds a law degree with a certificate in Business Law from the University of Utah, an MBA from Weber State University (emphasis in entrepreneurship), and undergraduate degrees in History and Hebrew from the University of Utah. Kim relocated from Utah to Idaho with her husband and five children. She enjoys skiing, hiking, white water rafting, traveling, and basically anything that involves being with her family.
Kim is extremely knowledgeable about intricacies related to starting up my business. She spent the time to walk me through what I needed to do, what she could do, and what the outcomes would be. Kim also provided additional options to create better future situations than I had considered in my plan. Definitely will work with her again.
Kim listened to my questions and concerns and then provided clear and concise answers. No legal-ese or you can't do this without me whatsoever. If I ever have questions again, I would love to be able to speak with her.
Associate Kim Reeves has a knowledgeable pragmatic, practical view of legal standing. She has approached my personal and company's needs with optimism, laced with reality. Her MBA and business background affords me a combination of. business savvy as well as competence in document review and drafting.
I strongly recommend Kim for both corporate and personal needs.