Ms. Soler is an experienced attorney in the areas of civil and commercial litigation. Her areas of practice include civil law, bankruptcy, collections, and foreclosure in Federal and State Courts. She has represented secured creditors and debtors in possession various Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy cases. She bases her multidisciplinary approach on her acquaintance with different legal models and academic disciplines.
She has served as instructor of the Bankruptcy Practice and Procedure review course offered by the Puerto Rico Chapter of the Federal Bar Association for its Bar exam.
Ms. Soler graduated from the University of Puerto Rico’s Law School joint JD/MA program, which enables students to pursue an integral preparation that combines both the financial and the legal disciplines. As a part of this experience, she wrote and published a thesis about the practice of bankruptcy law. She took courses in administrative, civil and international private law in the University of Barcelona Law School. This exposure to different legal systems has enhanced her understanding of the interplay between public and private regulation.
She is member of the Board of Directors of Fundación Mochileando 100x35, a not for profit foundation created to help with Puerto Rico's restoration and education issues.
News & Publications
- An McV Consumer Bankruptcy AlertDecember 11, 2018
- An McV Consumer Bankruptcy AlertDecember 1, 2017
- Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
- U.S. District Court District of Puerto Rico
B.A., University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, 2002
- Major: Finance
J.D./M.A., University of Puerto Rico’s Law School, 2008