Marisol joined McIntyre Thanasides as an associate in the complex litigation division in 2020. Before joining McIntyre Thanasides, Marisol worked as an associate attorney where her practice consisted of the representation of several community associations, real estate, family law, business litigation, and bankruptcy. Marisol is a Tampa native and a proud “double Gator”, having previously graduated from the University of Florida (UF) in 2013 with two bachelor’s degrees — a B.A. in Criminology & Law and a B.A. in Anthropology, then later graduating from the University of Florida Levin College of law in 2017.
Marisol has a passion for advocacy and actively volunteers with numerous pro bono projects ranging from helping children in foster care to assisting with cases for Bay Area Legal Services. During law school, Marisol worked extensively with Judge Rawls in the Dependency and Delinquency Clinic (Gator TeamChild), where she represented children in various types of proceedings. Upon graduating from law school, Marisol became a certified Guardian Ad Litem continuing her dependency and delinquency work in addition to helping human trafficking victims. Marisol is very active in the legal community serving on the Young Lawyers Division Professionalism and Ethics committee, a member of the Federal Bar Association, a member of the Hispanic Bar, and a member of The Hillsborough Association of Women Lawyers. She is fluent in English and Spanish.
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