I need a logo for my new law firm, "Kimble Law".
I practice mainly real estate law (but I have other types of clients, as well). The logo doesn't necessarily have to reflect real estate, but if it did, it would need to be very subtle. I won't be known as "KL". I will be known as "Kimble", (and Kimble Law) so a separate K and L should only be used if the K and L create something memorable, creative and distinctive to help a person know my firm and easily associate it with the mark.
I am thinking the letters K and L could be used as part of a symbol in the logo, but only if it adds something and is creative, distinctive and unique (not just the simply putting the letters K and L on top of Kimble Law).
Being a law firm, I need the logo to convey confidence, seriousness, stability, professionalism and trust.
The full name of my law firm is "Kimble Law PLLC", or "Kimble Law LC", but it doesn't have to have "PLLC" or "LC" if including one or the other would only add clutter. If including "PLLC" or "LC" will help convey stability, professionalism, reliability and trust, then it should be included. Your choice.
The logo must have "Kimble Law" as a prominent part of the logo.
The logo will be an important part of my website, letterhead, business card and promotional material.
I do not like overly simplistic sans serif fonts. I also don't like complicated serif fonts.
Please no "scales of justice" or courthouse images.