Kim grew up in Virginia Beach and graduated from Kellam High School in 1987. After graduation, Kim enrolled as a part-time student at Tidewater Community College and was hired as a full time legal secretary by a small firm in Virginia Beach. Finding the work interesting, Kim enrolled in a paralegal program and earned her paralegal certification in 1999. While working at the small firm for almost two decades, Kim’s work focused primarily on family law, bankruptcy, and collections. At the end of 2005, with the impending birth of her third child, she left the work force to become a stay-at-home mom.
Kim returned to the workforce in late 2007 at a mid-size law firm in Virginia Beach, where she worked for 10 years directly with Richard Biemiller focusing on commercial loan closings as well as collections, foreclosure, and creditor bankruptcy matters in both the Virginia and North Carolina court systems. When Richard made the move to Parks Zeigler, PLLC, Kim joined him as his paralegal.
While not working, Kim enjoys spending time with her husband, daughters and their two Chihuahuas. She loves reading, the beach, and watching her children play soccer.