Kimberly M. Sutter

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Kim became licensed to practice law in Indiana in June 2016. However, she began representing condominium and homeowners association in 2003 as an attorney licensed in the State of Ohio. Her prior practice concentrated in community association law. Kim’s philosophy in representing community association clients is to be proactive and to educate board members to provide the tools necessary to effectively govern their associations.


Kim and her family relocated to Indiana, and now call Fishers home. Kim’s experience representing community association clients includes governing document analysis, collections, amendment preparation, policy and resolution drafting and enforcing community association documents. Kim has published several articles on community association issues in the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal, spoke at seminars in the Greater Cleveland Area and given national webinars with the Community Associations Institute on community association-related topics.


Before joining Eads, Murray & Pugh in February 2016, Kim worked at Ott & Associates Co., LPA in Cleveland, Ohio as an attorney. Kim also clerked at a general practice firm, Kolick & Kondzer Co., LPA in Cleveland during law school. While obtaining her undergraduate degree, Kim was an intern with the Athens County Municipal Court.


Kim was named to the 2018 Indiana Rising Stars list.  She is part of only 2.5% of attorneys in Indiana under 40 chosen for exhibiting excellence in the practice of law.


Juris Doctorate, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law at Cleveland State University, May 2003


Bachelor of Arts in Sociology/Criminology, Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, June 2000


Professional Involvement

Community Associations Institute (CAI), Member


OSBA Certified Residential Real Estate Specialist, since January 2011


Indiana State Bar Association


Indianapolis Bar Association


Ohio SuperLawyers Rising Star, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016

  • This designation includes a prestigious group of young lawyers in Ohio representing less than 2.5% of attorneys in Ohio.

Bar Admissions

State of Indiana, 2016


State of Ohio, 2003


U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio


U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of Ohio