Practice Area

Estate Planning Services

We provide instructions and guidance for a customized estate planning strategy that tailors to the estate planning needs of our clients by:

  • Creating estate plans including comprehensive durable powers of attorney, proper advance health care directives, reliable wills, and carefully contemplated trusts;
  • Planning for long-term care and special needs;
  • Planning ease of transition during your disability;
  • Developing a long-term plan for your business;
  • Managing your assets via various types of trusts; and
  • Minimizing the tax burden associated with your estate.

Our office provides comprehensive care and recommends a suitable strategy to clients who consider establishing an estate planning. For a consultation, call 678-770-3050 or email

Probate and Estate Administration

We provide assistance and guidance to the executors and personal representatives in the probate of wills following the loss of a loved one and in the probate administration for estates without a will by:

  • Preparing and filing petitions in the probate court;
  • Preparing and filing a notice to debtors and creditors;
  • Giving guidance regarding the duties and obligations of the executors and administrators;
  • Obtaining tax identification number for the estate, if needed;
  • Preparing and filing inventories and annual returns, if needed;
  • Assisting with proper distribution to beneficiaries and heirs;
  • Providing assistance and information as needed throughout the probate process; and
  • Preparing and filing discharge petitions.  

Our office provides substantial care to clients who need probate proceedings. For a consultation, call 678-770-3050 or email

Business Law

We assist businesses in finding their business solutions and resolving their business issues surrounding:

  • Business formation including entity selection, corporate formation, and dissolution;
  • Corporate governance;
  • Contract review and contract negotiation;
  • Contract drafting;
  • Long-term business planning;
  • Business dispute;
  • Employment; and
  • Business litigation.

Our office focuses on providing proper help and support so that your business could succeed. For a consultation, call 678-770-3050 or email


We provide individualized services which assist our client’s immigration matters including:

  • B1 and B2 Visa;
  • E1 Visa for Trade and Services;
  • EB-1 Employment-Based;
  • EB-2 Advanced Degree Visa;
  • EB-3 Skilled/Non-skilled Worker Visa;
  • EB-4 Special Immigrant Visa;
  • EB-5 Visas for Investors;
  • H Visas for Temp Workers;
  • J-1 Visa for Exchange Visitors;
  • L Visa for Executives;
  • O Visa Extraordinary Ability;
  • PERM Labor Certification;
  • R-1 Religious Visa; and
  • TN Visa for Trade Nationals.

Our office focuses on providing proper help and support so that your business could succeed. For a consultation, call 678-770-3050 or email

Personal Injury

A personal injury can leave you with countless questions and uncertainties. With severe injuries, you might be facing a lengthy road to recovery or lifelong complications. Getting legal help is an essential step in pursuing the financial recovery you need to make the road ahead smoother.

Our firm assists clients with a wide range of personal injury cases, including:

Traffic accidents: Whether you were injured in an auto accident, semi-truck collision, bicycle accident, motorcycle crash or any other kind of motor vehicle accident, you can count on Ingoo Kevin Kim Law help you hold the right parties accountable.

Dangerous premises: If you were injured as a result of slippery floors, uncleared ice, uneven flooring, unsafe stairs or other dangerous property conditions, you may have a claim against the property owner. Our firm can help with any kind of premises liability claim.

Dog bites: Animal attacks can cause lifelong physical and emotional scars. Our firm knows how to navigate the legal intricacies of these types of cases.

Fatal injuries: After the tragic loss of a loved one, you deserve capable, compassionate representation. Our firm can guide you through a wrongful death claim to seek accountability and justice on behalf of your loved one.


Sometimes known as a “complete” or “straight” bankruptcy – Chapter 7 means that the person turns over all of their non-exempt assets or property to a bankruptcy trustee who sells it and distributes the proceeds to the unsecured creditors such as credit card companies, medical bills or loans.

Ingoo Kevin Kim Law will complete all of the complicated forms and paperwork for you, and stand beside you and speaks on your behalf at trustee hearings and in court.

In return the person is granted a “discharge” of the debt – the debt is cancelled. Some debt (spousal and child support, student loans and some taxes) cannot be discharged in bankruptcy.

You may choose Chapter 7 if you have:

  • little or no property;
  • a large amount of unsecured debt (payday loans, medical bills, credit card debt); and
  • little or no income.

This option may work better for people who have regular income. A Chapter 13 filing immediately “stays” or stops any creditor action such as foreclosure, garnishment, repossession, seizure, and attempts at collection including phone calls and letters.

The person files a plan with the bankruptcy court and agrees to pay all debts such as car loans, mortgage arrears, and unseen debts in an affordable monthly payment plan over a three to five-year period. In return the debtor can keep the property (home, vehicle and other assets). Chapter 13 can help save your home from foreclosure, pay off tax debts, and reduce high interest car loans.

Ingoo Kevin Kim Law will help come up with an affordable financial plan and complete all of the complicated forms and paperwork.


You may choose Chapter 13 if you:

  • have income and assets you want to keep;
  • are behind on your mortgage and want to keep the home;
  • have a wage garnishment;
  • are behind on your car payment or want to get back a repossessed vehicle; and
  • are behind on federal or state taxes.

Kevin’s Know How


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Estate Planning for Parents of Disabled Children Using Special Needs Trusts