Kimberly Chargualaf

Kim Chargualaf | Bohm Law GroupKimberly is a native Chamorro, born and raised on the Island of Guam. She has always been a hard worker. While employed at the Public Defenders Service Corporation on Guam, she completed two Associate degrees in the field of criminal justice from Guam Community College.  She moved to San Diego in 2013, and didn’t hesitate to get back into the legal field. She took a job at a civil litigation firm in La Jolla, California, until her acceptance to UCSD where she studied to become a Paralegal. After graduating with her Paralegal Certificate, she was accepted to Washington State University and then relocated to Washington State to pursue her bachelor’s degree.

While attending school, she volunteered with the Lakewood County Court in the Prosecutorial division. After her husband’s return from deployment, he was restationed in San Diego and could not miss the opportunity to move back. WSU was able to transfer Kimberly to their online program, a win-win opportunity for her and the family. Kimberly joined Bohm Law Group in May 2016. When not at the office, she devotes her time to her family and trying out new eateries in the San Diego area.


  • Associates of Science in Criminal Justice, Guam Community College
  • Paralegal Certificate, University of California, San Diego
  • B.A. Washington State University – Anticipated Graduation December 2017


  • California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA)