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Kendra Robinson Esq.

Question

 
When did you make the choice to become a lawyer and real estate agent?

Answer


 I was in undergrad. I watched a lot of Law & Order and thought I wanted to become a prosecutor. I now practice criminal defense. My parents also greatly influenced my choice. I was bossy as a child and my mother used to always say I’d make a great lawyer. I met a fellow college student, she also wanted to pursue a law degree so we both went to law school. the real estate came later. I saw it as a means to make more income between cases. 

 

Question


I read you work with a lot of millennial's. How has that experience been?

 
Answer


I myself am a millennial. I feel we are the generation that is making a difference. In my fields I must market entirely differently. Today’s young people have more financial literacy that many of their parents. We just live in different times.

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Do you consider yourself a role model?

Answer


At first, I didn’t, but now I do. I get a lot of fan mail from young women who view me on Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta. They look up to me and are inspired by what I have achieved.

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Question

We are doing mantra’s this year for A-Spire Magazine. What is your mantra?

 

Answer

“Just Do It” and “Don’t care what anyone else thinks about you!” If I didn’t have that mindset where would I be? Where would any of us be?

 

Question

How do you feel about joining the cast of Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta?

Answer

I was a little hesitant at first. Drama is not a part of my life. Of course, I thought about my job and thought no way. However, Jonquil (Yung Joc) thought it would just be easier to bring our world together. My family was concerned especially my brother who is a pastor. However; after they saw that I was representing myself in a respectful manner they became ok with me being on the show.

Question

How did you meet Yung Joc?

 

Answer

I was on my way to a job interview in Savannah. I was fresh out of law school and just replace my tire for the four- hour drive from Atlanta. I was at a gas station when he pointed at my tire. I panicked I couldn’t afford to replace another tire. He struck up a conversation and we exchange IG handles. After a few conversations we exchanged numbers. That was in 2014. So yes, we met on pump two.

 

Question

This is the last question. What do you have coming up in 2019?

 

Answer

We’re halfway through 2019. I am focusing on build my own firm and hopefully bring on more clients. I also want to do more closings. It’s a great feeling helping people achieve the dream of home ownership. I also have a new fitness line Hour Glass Body.

http://www.shophourglassbody.com

(Are there any wedding bells coming up in 2020) Yes, I hope so!

https://www.krobinsonlaw.com/

IG @attorneykendrarobinson