Marisa is a born and raised East Coaster with a dual degree in both English and Spanish from Saint Michael’s College in Burlington, Vermont. She achieved magna cum laude as a graduate of the Honors College. She received her paralegal credentials from Boston University in 2020 and since then has worked in immigration, fertility, and now family law. In her free time, she volunteers as a Spanish speaking interpreter and translator for victims of human and civil rights violations at a local immigration law firm.
Marisa has a passion for global understanding and knowledge and has lived for extended periods of time in both Costa Rica and Spain. She hopes to see as much of the world as possible during her lifetime and has traveled to dozens of countries, US States, and National Parks!
A Few Words from Marisa on…
WHAT CLIENTS LOVE ABOUT HER:
By nature, I am an empathetic person, and in my experience, I’ve come to recognize that empathy is one of the most crucial interpersonal skills in the realm of Family Law. Our clients often find themselves in vulnerable situations, and I am able to provide the compassion, support, and understanding they need during these challenging times. My diverse legal background and life experience grants me a unique perspective when handling cases.
WHY SHE CHOOSES TO WORK IN FAMILY LAW:
I love being a paralegal, and I’m proud to be a part of such a fantastic team. Our support for each other is reflected in the support we give our clients. My empathetic nature allows me to serve clients going through family law difficulties with skilled compassion, and I find that very fulfilling.