K. Baker, LLC Attorney at Law

Real Estate Law, Business Law, Immigration Law, Estate Planning and Title Insurance.

About Me

Kim Baker

Ms. Baker is the founder and owner of K. Baker, LLC. Her practice areas are real estate, business law and immigration law. Ms. Baker provides title services through her title agency Savaine Title Services, LLC. With a combined 16 plus years of experience in auditing, business, taxation, real estate, consulting, and instructing, Ms. Baker has finely developed her legal skills to best represent her client’s legal needs.

K. Baker, LLC Attorney at Law Practice Areas

Residential Real Estate Commercial Real Estate

Drafting of Residential and Commercial Contracts and Leases Preparing and reviewing contracts:

  • Deeds of Trust
  • Deeds of conveyance, transfers of title
  • Mortgages
  • Promissory Notes
  • Owner Financing and Mortgage Agreements
  • Subordination Agreements
  • Easements & Rights of Way
  • Road Maintenance Agreements

Business Law

  • Business formation
  • Advice on entity selection — Partnerships, LLCs, C-corporation, and S-corporations
  • Contract drafting and review — Buy-sell agreements, shareholder agreements, severance agreements
  • Closely held business planning

Contract Drafting, Review, Interpretation, Consultation, and Negotiation

Many existing contracts may be unclear, outdated, unworkable, or subject to multiple interpretations. If you or your business is a party to a contract but unclear what duties or obligations the contract requires, please contact K. Baker, LLC.

K. Baker, LLC can assist with:

  • Independent contractor agreements. In addition to full-time employees, your business may require the services of individual or organizational independent contractors. These relationships must be carefully defined to remain in compliance with local and federal employment law. These contracts must also very specifically and explicitly define the obligations of the hired party or parties.
  • Real estate agreements. Your company will likely need some form of office space with which to conduct the bulk of its centralized business. Some industries may require even larger spaces for the purposes of manufacturing or storage. Commercial real estate agreements are negotiated and function differently from other types of real estate and often require the negotiation and review of a legal professional.
  • Compliance documentation. Depending on the nature of your company’s field, you will likely have to file documentation proving your compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.

Immigration Services

  • Green Cards
  • US Citizenship
  • And more

Estate Planning

We draft for our clients:
  • Revocable Living Trusts
  • Wills
  • Irrevocable Living Trusts
  • Living Wills
  • Financial Powers of Attorney
  • Health Care Powers of Attorney


Contact Me To Get Started

To discuss your options for your needs with an attorney schedule a consultation, call my office at (917) 694-6013, or contact me online here.