My name is Deena Soliman. I graduated from Barry University, School of Law in Orlando Florida. I was born and raised in New Jersey and moved to Florida in 2003. After almost 10 years of experience in the legal field, I have opened my own firm. My firm is all about humanizing the legal field; caring about you and attending to your specific needs.
I started my legal career in 2008, as a paralegal clerk at Greenberg Traurig, which is a very well known national firm handling Labor & Employment and Environmental Litigation. I then went to work for Mr. Robert Herce, as a paralegal at Here & Here doing criminal defense and personal injury work. I then completed an internship with the Honorable Judge Caroline Tesche of Hillsborough County assisting with family law and juvenile division. I then went to intern with CAIR, the Council on American Islamic handling civil rights cases involving racial and religious discrimination. After CAIR, I began to volunteer with the Guardian Ad Litem program, also in Hillsborough County, taking on cases of abused and neglected children. I was sworn in by the Honorable Judge Gregory Holder of Hillsborough County.
I will do my very best to get you the results you want, at the most reasonable cost.
Going through a divorce, child custody dispute or having your children taken from you is, of course, one of the most difficult times in your life.
Helping you get through this important and emotional time in your life is my goal.