THE KJB LAW FIRM TEAM

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Kimberly J. Baker Donahue, Esq.
Owner

Kimberly J. Baker Donahue (also known as Kimberly J. Baker) founded KJB Law Firm in 2010. Over the past decade, she has helped innumerable families with estate planning, estate and probate administration, guardianships, conservatorships, real estate, child welfare, small business law, and municipal law. She has a keen understanding of local, Massachusetts, and Federal laws, and helps her clients plan for all eventualities.

​Kim is a graduate of Boston University (B.A., 1999, cum laude) and received her law degree from Suffolk University Law School (J.D., 2003). After graduating from law school, Kim began her career in the practice of special education law. In 2004, she became certified by the Committee for Public Counsel Services’ Children and Family Law Program and dedicated her practice to the representation of indigent clients in child welfare matters in Suffolk County and Essex County.

In 2005, Kim joined a small North Shore Law Firm which helped fuel her interest in wills, estates, and trusts as well as probate administration.

 

In 2007, she became a Vice President, Trust Officer II, at US Trust, Bank of America, Private Wealth Management, where she administered trusts for wealthy individuals. After leaving the bank during the financial crisis in 2009, Kim received her Certified Financial Planning certificate. In November 2010, she established KJB Law Firm.

Kim is proficient in American Sign Language (ASL) and is proud to be able to offer direct legal services to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities.

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Arthur S. Fulman, Esq.
Of Counsel, Emeritus

Arthur S. Fulman (also known as Art Fulman) has been an attorney since 1969. Majoring in government, he received his B.A. from Colby College in 1964.

 

In 1967, Art received his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center, and was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar that same year. In 1969 he returned to the Boston area to practice law with his father and others in his family’s law firm – Fulman & Fulman. In 2010, Art transitioned his law practice to Kimberly J. Baker Donahue, Esq., who had recently established KJB Law Firm. Art took on an "of counsel" position. He is now retired.

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