Kim Stroup brings extensive experience advising individuals and small businesses on an array of issues in the probate and bankruptcy arenas. Clients rely on Kim to guide them in such matters as estate distribution proceedings, adult guardianship and conservatorship proceedings, tax sales, applications for 501(c)(3) tax exemption recognitions.
With a background in real estate, Kim assists clients with property-related issues connected to their probate or bankruptcy cases, such as tax sales and quiet title actions. Clients benefit from Kim’s real-world perspective gained from her 30 years of experience as a lawyer.
Kim enjoys the variety inherent in her practice. Small-town clients rely on her broad knowledge base to assist them in “a little bit of this and a little bit of that,” as Kim puts it. She builds strong connections with those she represents and always makes herself available and responsive to listen carefully to their concerns. After ascertaining their ideal outcomes to problems, she works to tailor practical but often innovative solutions that fit their goals, budgets and priorities.
In addition to traveling and spending time with friends and family, Kim enjoys reading—especially legal thrillers. She is involved with her community and has served on the board and as vice president of the Fuller Center for Housing of Macon, Georgia. She has also volunteered extensively with Georgia Legal Services.
- Career Women’s Network of Macon
- Macon Bar Association
- Georgia Bar Association