Maritrini Soto Garcia
Maritrini Soto Garcia, Esq. is an associate attorney at Aloia, Roland, Lubell & Morgan, PLLC. Her primary practice area includes business law.
Early in her career, Soto Garcia gained vast experience in community association covenant enforcement. She excelled in contract disputes, interpreting governing documents, enforcing compliance, and drafting and amending rules for governing documents.
Soto Garcia has a passion for business law. Upon obtaining her Juris Doctorate from the University of Florida, she pursued a Master of Business Administration at UF the next year.
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Soto Garcia thrives on serving a variety of businesses, no matter the size or industry. She’s especially proud when creating client solutions and advocating for their best interests. Whether it’s a small business, a local farmer, or a major corporation, Soto Garcia believes each client deserves the highest level of service while tending to their legal needs.
Soto Garcia places great value on being a community steward. In 2021, she was sworn in as president-elect for the Lee County Association for Women Lawyers. As an active member of the Kiwanis Club, in 2021, Soto Garcia became an advisor for Circle K International, which has a local chapter at Florida Gulf Coast University. She’s dedicated to mentorship of the leaders of tomorrow.
Aside from the competitive nature of her profession Soto Garcia brings her A-game to the tennis courts, and her newfound hobby, pickle ball. And come game day each fall, you’ll find her in the stands cheering on her Florida Gators.
Education & Involvement
Bar Admissions: State of Florida (2019)
- Juris Doctor, University of Florida
- Master of Business Administration, University of Florida
- Bachelor of Science, Florida Gulf Coast University
- Lee County Bar Association Member
- Lee County Association for Women Lawyers, President-Elect, 2021-2022
- Lee County Association for Women Lawyers, Marketing Director, 2020-2021
- Kiwanis Club Advisor, Circle K International at FGCU, 2021-2022