Our Staff

Kim FriedKim Fried, Paralegal

Kim Fried earned her Associate of Science Degree from Montana State University-Billings in 1997 before moving to the Pacific Northwest with her husband in 1999.  She earned her Associate Degree in Paralegal studies from Edmonds Community College in 2001. Kim has worked in the legal field for over 20 years with experience in probate, estate planning, general civil litigation, corporation formation and real estate transactions. She joined Adams Law Group in 2018. In her spare time, Kim enjoys crafting, reading, listening to music and spending time with her family and fur babies.

Paula ArmstrongPaula Armstrong, Office Manager & Bookkeeper

Paula earned her Associate of Arts degree from Edmonds Community College. Paula has been an office manager and bookkeeper (she loves numbers!!) for over 30 years, and has worked with Kokie Adams for over 27 years. In her spare time, Paula likes to walk, read, travel, and spend time with her husband, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and her 2 Chihuahuas. Paula also likes to participate in fundraisers for the MS Society and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Becky PrillBecky Prill, Office Assistant

Becky joined Adams Law Group as Kokie’s Assistant in 2018 and brings to the team 20+ years of Administrative leadership and support, e-commerce, and Social Media Management experience. Her avid research, editing, and organizational skills have proven to be a tremendous asset to the firm. Becky is a community outreach advocate and volunteers for various non-profit organizations when time allows. Outside the office, she enjoys spending time with her family, studying interior decorating, and honing her many artistic talents.

HedingerHedinger (aka Mr. H or Heddy), Dog in Residence

Hedinger began accompanying Kokie to the office as an 8-week Guide Dog puppy in training in 2010. Kokie, as a Guide Dog volunteer puppy raiser, trained him in basic obedience and, with the help of clients and the office staff, socialized him in preparation for his return to the Guide Dog campus for formal harness training. After graduating in 2011, he guided a vision-impaired woman for many years before retiring and coming back to live with Kokie. He assists with client greeting and helps with stress-management by encouraging people to pet him, feed him, and take him for walks.