Kimberly DeCarrera brings together the disciplines of law and accounting to provide clients with customized plans to reduce risk, resolve historical liabilities, and ultimately to be profitable moving forward.
The intersection of law and accounting provides a unique balance between corporate legal and accounting departments to find solutions that might not otherwise be available to practitioners of only one discipline.
Kimberly is an accomplished lawyer and accountant with more than 15 years experience representing companies of all sizes across multiple industries, including financial services, hospitality, retail, manufacturing, transportation, professional services, and health care.
She represents corporate holders in unclaimed property in multi-state audits, voluntary disclosure programs, and annual compliance programs.
Kimberly represented holder interests as an official observer to the Uniform Law Commission’s efforts that culminated in the 2016 Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act.
Recognized as an expert in unclaimed property, Kimberly has been featured in Forbes, Tax Analysts, CBS Atlanta News, and Peachtree TV.
- Forbes: Getting to Know You Tuesday: Kimberly DeCarrera
- CBS Atlanta News: Georgia Does Little to Connect People with Unclaimed Property
She is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and in-house corporate training on unclaimed property.
- Bachelors of Science, Management, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Juris Doctorate, Law, Georgia State University
- Masters, Tax, Georgia State University
Kimberly is an active volunteer for the Georgia Tech North Metro Alumni Club, the award-winning local alumni club. She is a past president, having served as the president from 2015-2017. She currently serves at the Club’s social media and communications chair.
In the past, Kimberly has also volunteered and served with the Georgia Tech Business Network (President). She was also a founding member of the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce, after the city’s incorporation.