Kimberly Erwin attended Bishop Verot High School and was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2006, after attending Florida State University and Florida Gulf Coast University, graduating cum laude with a B.S. in Forensic Psychology. Honors included Moot Court Honor Society, Phi Alpha Delta, the Family Law Clinic and the Order of the Barristers Award. After graduating from Nova Southeastern University School of Law, she began her practice in insurance defense and criminal law. As a prosecutor, Kimberly gained extensive trial experience and became the court chief of the juvenile division and head of the special victims unit, prosecuting cases involving human trafficking, homicide, child abuse, domestic violence, injunctions and sexual assaults. Some of these were high profile cases that received notice in local newspapers. Her legal career has focused on helping children and families, through collaboration with DCF, law enforcement and other governmental agencies. Kimberly has been involved in organizations such as Calusa Inns of Court, the Association of Family Law Professionals, the Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association, the Hendry-Glades Bar Association, and the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys. When not working at Thompson Family Law, Kimberly can be found enjoying the beach, spending time with friends and family and cooking all natural foods.