....and although she has handled many types of cases throughout her career, Ms. Baker has made the decision to reduce the size of her practice to be able to focus primarily in the areas of probate and on representing individuals charged with criminal offenses.
At this time, Ms. Baker is not accepting many new family law matters. Instead, she prefers to refer complex family law issues to her trusted colleagues. If you have such an issue, please feel free to contact her for a referral to an experienced family law attorney accepting new cases.
Ms. Baker believes that by personally screening and selecting each client that she currently chooses to represent, she is able to make sure that her clients receive a higher quality of representation and attention.
......but she is also able to carefully craft and work out creative solutions when it is apparent that it is the best solution for her client. Ms. Baker is also always willing to do what is best and appropriate in order to achieve cost-effective results for her clients.
small differences are what you will notice. As an experienced criminal lawyer in Johnson County Texas, Ms. Baker knows that occasionally, clients need assistance at times other than "normal business hours" so she provides every client access to a contact number by which she or her assistant may be reached if it becomes necessary to contact the office after hours or on weekends.
Ms. Baker is able to provide such access by limiting the number of clients she selects to represent and she believes it allows her the ability to offer a better quality representation and a closer relationship with her clients. Ms. Baker believes in the quantity of her representation of her clients over the number of the clients that she represents.
Rest assured, you will be working directly with the attorney rather than assistants, paralegals, and secretaries. Attorney Kimberly A. Baker will personally oversee each and every detail of your case to help you achieve the best possible result for you.
-Oklahoma City University School of Law, Juris Doctor, May 1993
-Oklahoma State University, Bachelor of Science, May 1988
-Admitted,Oklahoma Bar Association, September 1993
-Admitted, United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma November 1993
-Admitted, United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, 1993
-Admitted, Wyoming State Bar, 1994
-Admitted, United States District Court for the District of Wyoming, 1995
-Admitted, United States Supreme Court, August 1998
-Admitted, State Bar of Texas, February 2005
-Member, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
-Member, Texas Bar College
-Served as Associate Municipal Judge, Town of Pantego, Texas (2006-2008)
-Served as Associate Municipal Judge, City of Mansfield, Texas (2006-2008)
-Certified Texas Attorney Ad Litem since 2007 for Guardianship matters
-Certified Mediator since 2010
-Certified Family Law Mediator since 2010
Before establishing her own practice, Kim was a Senior Assistant Attorney General for the State of Wyoming. She handled all types of criminal appeals and federal writs for the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office. She frequently argued appellate cases in the Wyoming Supreme Court, and was appointed lead counsel for the State during the appellate process in capital cases.
10 North Caddo, Suite 210
Cleburne, Texas 76031
5 East Henderson Street, Cleburne, Texas 76031
We are currently accepting new clients in the areas of probate, guardianship, criminal defense, and certain uncontested family law matters.
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