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I come from humble beginnings. I was born in Havana, Cuba, and I spent most of my early childhood in the streets of Havana. At age 9, me and my family embarked on an immigrant journey where we arrived in Dominican Republic, and eventually arrived in this great country at age 12.
I am the result of hard work and education. Not only of myself, but also of my parents that have contributed so much to my success. I made it my mission in life to always try as hard as I can no matter what I do, and this mission has lead me to who I am today.
I graduated with a Bachelors in Arts in Political Science from Florida International University, and eventually went on to obtain my law degree from St. Thomas University School of Law, where I graduated No. 2 in my class, and my Master Degree in Taxation from New York University (NYU), which is the No. 1 law school in the world for the Master Degree in Tax.
Before becoming an attorney, I worked with an insurance agent to help individuals with their insurance needs, specially life and health insurance. This gave me a new perspective and insight about protection and retirement. This is one of the reasons why I chose to practice in the areas of estate planning, probate, and guardianship.
I want to help you create a better future for you and your family. I want to help you protect your assets and create generational wealth.
I graduated back in 2015, and the journey has been fantastic. I have had the opportunity to learn international estate planning, domestic estate planning, and asset protection strategies throughout my career. My passion for learning and improvement will always make me a student of the law, not only for my own benefit but for yours.
I look forward to helping you one day!
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, New York, NY
Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Taxation, May 2016
ST. THOMAS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, Miami Gardens, FL
Juris Doctor, summa cum laude, May 2015
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, Miami, FL
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, May 2007