Born and raised in the beautiful island of Puerto Rico, Solimar Rodriguez-Sáez completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Puerto Rico with a major in Advertising and Public Relations and a minor in Dramatic Arts. In 2010 she completed her Juris Doctor Degree at the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, School of Law, receiving the Litigation Award.
In the same year, Solimar moved to Fort Lauderdale and worked with law firms dedicated to Commercial Litigation, Family Law, Foreclosure Defense, Personal Injury, Estate Planning and Probate.
She later opened her own practice focusing on Estate Planning (Wills, Trusts, Healthcare Directives, Powers of Attorney, Guardians for minors) Probate, and Uncontested Family Law matters. With a great understanding of the law, she tailors her professional services with great diligence, compassion and care when handling such delicate matters. Mrs. Rodriguez is licensed to practice in the State of Florida and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and speaks Spanish fluently. Solimar lives in Fort Lauderdale, FL with her husband, 3-year-old toddler and their dog.
Solimar’s charisma, leadership and involvement with the community have earned her recognition and awards throughout her career. It is her boisterous personality that helps her clients feel a strong bond with her, and understand how much she cares for them. That personality can be seen in any of the many community events and organizations she participates in, including a new live tv show that she is co-hosting called Juntas y Sueltas TV.
Mrs. Rodriguez currently serves on the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce Small Business Council, Rising Leaders Council, Working Women Win Leads Group Board, or you can see her greeting new members as a Diplomat. She is also a member of the Broward County Bar Association, BNI Abundance Chapter and Fort Lauderdale Hispanic Alliance groups.
B.A. Public Relations and Advertising
Minor: Dramatic Arts
University of Puerto Rico, 2007
J.D. – Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, 2010