Kymberley E. Peck
Kymberley Peck provides representation to clients throughout Southern California in the areas of trust litigation and probate, estate planning and family law. Using her experience in highly contested litigation, she expertly guides clients through the legal process, and brings strategic insight to cases involving crossover issues in these areas of the law.
Kymberley was recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2016 and 2017. She was vice president of Women Lawyers of Ventura County in 2016 and president of the organization in 2017. She was named as one of the Pacific Coast Business Times’ “40 under 40” in 2017.
An advocate for community service work, Kymberley serves on the board of the Ventura County Library Foundation and is a member of the Santa Paula Rotary.
She earned her Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of California, Los Angeles, studying Ancient Greek and Roman History. While at UCLA she was a volunteer tutor for elementary school children in underserved areas of Los Angeles through Bruin Corps.
While obtaining her law degree from Southwestern Law School, Kymberley was a John J. Schumacher scholar who led her classes in water law and international trade law. She was active in the Women’s Law Society and studied law for one semester at the University of London in London, England.
Prior to joining Ferguson Case Orr Paterson, LLP, she practiced in a small Beverly Hills, California family law practice, and served as a volunteer Victim Advocate for the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office, Victim Services Unit.