MEET OUR TEAM
Hailey E. Brock, J.D., LL.M.
Attorney and Owner
Ms. Brock graduated magna cum laude from The University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Spanish. She went on to obtain her Juris Doctor and Master of Laws in Intellectual Property from The George Washington University Law School.
While attending law school, Ms. Brock worked as a legal intern at the Federal Trade Commission assisting the Deputy Director and Chief Counsel for Intellectual Property. She also clerked at McGuire Woods, LLP in Richmond, Virginia. Prior to joining Kimbrough Law Ms. Brock worked as an attorney at UnitedLex Corporation in Durham, North Carolina.
In her free time, Hailey enjoys hiking, kayaking, travel and scuba diving - anything that gets her outdoors.
Allie Adkins, J.D.
Ms. Adkins graduated summa cum laude from Young Harris College with a bachelor’s degree in communication studies. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Georgia School of Law.
While attending law school, Ms. Adkins worked as a Student Law Clerk at Kimbrough Law, gaining experience in elder law and estate planning matters, including Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Advance Directives, and Guardianships. She worked as a Student Advocate at Jane W. Wilson Family Justice Clinic, handling intakes, investigations, and hearing preparation for victims of domestic violence and stalking. Allie also served as a Judicial Clerk to Judge Amanda Trimble of the Western Judicial Circuit Juvenile Court in Athens, Georgia; a Student Law Clerk to Debra M. Finch, PC Child Advocacy & Adoption Law; and a Real Estate Intern at Cook & Tolley, LLP.
When she’s not serving Kimbrough Law clients, Allie enjoys reading, vacationing in the mountains, boating in the Gulf of Mexico, and spending time with her husband and family.
Life Care Coordinator
Robin provides guidance, support, resources, and advocacy to older adults and their families during the long-term care journey. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Central Florida, a Master’s in Education in Adult Education from the University of Georgia, and a Certification at Master's Level in Gerontology from the University of Georgia.
Robin has been working in the senior care field since the early 1990s when her first job out of college was an activity assistant in a memory care unit. She fell in love with the work and hasn’t looked back. Since then, Robin has held progressively more challenging roles. She has led organizations charged with administering federal grants that fund services for older adults, worked as a patient affairs coordinator for a local hospital, and served as the director of adult daycare centers. She is a Dealing with Dementia Trainer, a Certified Eden Associate, and graduate of Leading Age Leadership Academy.
For Robin, working with older adults and their families has been a lifelong passion. She loves how the Life Care Planning approach gives families a one-stop-shop for all the services needed to make sure their loved ones have the best possible quality of life.
An Army veteran who served a year in Iraq, Tabetha Clark provides paralegal assistance to Mr. Kimbrough. After earning an Associate’s degree in paralegal from Everest University in 2015, Tabetha continued her education at Kaplan University where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in paralegal in 2016. Before joining Kimbrough Law, Tabetha worked at an assisted living facility for nearly four years providing medication assistance and personal care for residents. She is passionate about working in a role that allows her to participate in the care of veterans and elderly clients, and is pleased to be part of the Kimbrough Law team.
Client Relations Coordinator
Client Care Coordinator Renatta Rasmussen is usually the first person clients interact with when they call or visit the Kimbrough Law office. In addition to greeting visitors, Renatta provides general administrative support to the firm’s employees.
Before joining Kimbrough Law, Renatta spent more than two decades working in office management roles for companies in the financial services, health care, and faith-based industries. She moved with her husband to Athens in 2019 to look after her elderly parents. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in German from the University of Georgia in Athens.
Renatta is pleased to be part of the Kimbrough Law team where she enjoys using her hospitality skills to create a warm and welcoming place for clients.
When Renatta isn’t serving Kimbrough Law clients she enjoys hiking, swimming, and traveling with her husband.
As Outreach Coordinator, Warnie manages the client intake process, serves as the face of Kimbrough law at community networking events, manages relationships with key referral sources, and handles many of the firm’s day-to-day marketing activities. She loves the positive work environment at Kimbrough Law and enjoys meeting the firm’s many clients.
Prior to joining Kimbrough Law, Warnie worked in sales and administrative roles for companies in the retail and legal industries after taking time away from the workforce to raise a family. She also spent time as a probation officer early in her career. Warnie earned a bachelor’s in sociology and criminal justice from North Carolina State University.
During her spare time, Warnie enjoys playing tennis, going to concerts and art shows, and enjoying everything Athens has to offer.
Amanda Collins provides paralegal support in Kimbrough Law’s Gainesville office, assisting the firm’s attorneys with guardianships, estate planning matters, and probate-related issues.
Before joining Kimbrough Law, Amanda worked as a paralegal for several law firms, handling transportation, business, and personal injury matters. After a stint with a Probate law firm, Amanda knew she had found her niche. In her role at Kimbrough Law, Amanda most enjoys helping people prepare for their future. “I like knowing that my clients have the peace of mind that comes from knowing that their loved ones are taken care of no matter what happens,” she said.
Amanda holds an Associates of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies from North Georgia University. She lives in Gainesville with her husband, Jacob, and her two teenage daughters. In her free time, Amanda enjoys riding motorcycles with her husband on winding roads throughout the southeast.
Firm Administrator Elise Wilson wears several hats at Kimbrough Law. Her duties include overseeing the firm’s financial operations, providing technical support, and managing human resources-related matters.
Before joining Kimbrough Law, Elise worked in administrative roles in the healthcare, financial, and legal industries. Most recently, she served as lead clerk for the Gwinnett County probate court and worked as a litigation paralegal for a law firm in Lawrenceville. She received her paralegal certificate from the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education.
Elise enjoys being a part of Kimbrough Law and is inspired by the team’s shared commitment to serving the community. “Everyone feels like family, and I learn something new every day,” she said. When she’s not serving Kimbrough Law clients, Elise enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors with her two sons.
W.H. "Kim" Kimbrough, Jr., J.D., LL.M.
Attorney - Retired
Prior to his retirement in 2023, Kim had been practicing law in Athens for over forty years. Raised in Pine Mountain, Georgia, he graduated from Auburn University with a degree (B.S.) in Economics; earned his law degree (J.D.) at the University of Georgia School of Law in 1973; and received a Master of Laws in Taxation degree (LL.M.) from New York University School of Law in 1976. He then began practicing law in Athens, specializing in income tax, international tax, estate and gift tax, and estate planning. For twenty years, he taught as an adjunct professor at the University of Georgia School of Law.
Anticipating a demand for something beyond traditional elder law offerings, Kim transformed the firm by radically widening its reach – combining legal specialties with care coordination and advocacy for older adults and their families. His approach to each client’s situation was marked by an understanding of the natural progression of aging and its impact on everyone involved. The diverse team he assembled was the first of its kind in Northeast Georgia.