Kymberley represents clients throughout California in the areas of trust litigation and probate, estate planning and family law. With more than a decade of experience in highly contested litigation, she successfully guides clients through the legal process, bringing strategic insight to cases involving crossover issues in these areas of the law.

Recognized as a Super Lawyers® Rising Starfrom 2016 to 2023, Kymberley was named by the Pacific Coast Business Times as a “Who’s Who in Professional Services” in 2022 and as one of the “40 under 40” in 2017. She currently serves on the Executive Committee of Ventura County’s Estate Planning & Probate Bar, and on the board of the Ventura County Trial Lawyers Association. Previously, Kymberley served as president of the Women Lawyers of Ventura County in 2017 and on the board of directors for the Ventura County Bar Association. Kymberley is a longtime member of the Ventura County Bar Association and the Beverly Hills Bar Association.

Kymberley received her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, where she studied ancient Greek and Roman history. She was a John J. Schumacher Scholarship recipient in law school at Southwestern School of Law, and studied law at the University of London in London, UK.


  • University of California, Los Angeles, BA in History (Ancient Greek and Roman)
  • University of London, London, U.K., Studied International Entertainment and Media Law
  • Southwestern School of Law, Los Angeles, JD

Boards & Professional Organizations

  • Ventura County’s Estate Planning & Probate Bar, Executive Committee, Secretary
  • Ventura County Trial Lawyers Association, Board Member
  • Women Lawyers of Ventura County, President 2017
  • Ventura County Bar Association, Past Board Member
  • Beverly Hills Bar Association, Member

Honors & Awards

  • “Who’s Who in Professional Services,” Ventura County, Pacific Coast Business Times, 2022
  • Super Lawyers® Magazine Rising Star (2016 to 2021)
  • “40 under 40,” Pacific Coast Business Times, 2017
  • CALI Award (1st in Class) – Water Law, Southwestern School of Law
  • CALI Award (1st in Class) – International Trade Law, Southwestern School of Law