Kimberly Fulkerson is a seasoned attorney who combines legal acumen, industry knowledge, and a practical approach drawn from her years of experience. MDK’s clients consistently rely on Kimberly to solve their most challenging matters efficiently and effectively.
Kimberly Fulkerson is a Senior Attorney at MDK's Columbus, Ohio office and brings over 20 years of experience to our team. Kimberly represents creditors in collection, foreclosure, replevin, and eviction actions. Additionally, she represents clients at hearings and worked on all aspects of litigation including complaints, answers, and discovery and dispositive motions.
Kimberly has an extensive background in business finance law. This experience includes counseling clients on matters such as non-compete agreements, acquisition and financing of equipment and real estate purchases. Further, Kimberly has established limited liability companies, corporations and joint venture agreements. Rounding our her robust practice, Kimberly has represented mortgage lenders in federal court at bankruptcy hearings, negotiated reinstatements, obtained relief from stay, and drafted discovery and bankruptcy pleadings.
Kimberly received her B.A. in History, cum laude, from Marietta College in 1998. At Marietta, she was recognized for being part the College Honors Program, earning High Dean's List recognition and membership into Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, as well as being a Leadership Scholar. Kimberly went on to receive her Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from Capital University Law School in 2001. She finished in the top third of her class, receiving Dean's List honors and becoming a member of the Order of the Curia upon graduation.
Kimberly is an active participant in the Columbus community. She is a member of the Westerville Area Resource Ministry, a provider of food, referral resources, and programming that provides short-term assistance to individuals and families when they are in need. Her civic involvement also includes active membership at Neighborhood Bridges, an organization whose mission is to bridge communities with schools by providing basic needs, removing barriers, and seeking equity for students so they can engage and succeed in school and life.