Sofia Martinez-Guasch is an associate in the Trusts and Estates Group. She helps clients safeguard personal assets and business interests while implementing tax-saving strategies to preserve and protect wealth for future generations.
To best serve each client, Sofia strives to understand their family and/or business venture history, the people who are important to them, and what they envision for the future of their children, business assets, relatives, and themselves. Clients often want to create some certainty for their children and future generations and are concerned that family or generational wealth might be used for purposes other than what a client may intend.
J.D., Suffolk University Law School
B.A in English, Minor in Law & Public Policy, Northeastern University
honors & awards
Honorable Mention Award for Oral Argument, Suffolk University Law School, Spring 2020
Honorable Mention Award for Best Brief, Suffolk University Law School, Spring 2020
Sofia is actively involved with Minds Matter Boston, a non-profit organization that supports high school students from low-income communities with resources to prepare for college. Sofia has been a mentor to a high school student for the past two years and guides her mentee and other students through the college application process and provides tips for essay writing, managing college finances, and adapting to college life away from home.
In law school, Sofia was a part of the Women’s Law Association and served as President, Vice-President, and Secretary through all three years where she advocated and continues to advocate for women in leadership in the legal community.
At Your Disclosure: How Influencers’ Endorsements Will Be Put To The Test By the F.D.A. And F.T.C., 22 J. HIGH TECH. L. 401 (2022)
Women in the Judiciary Panel, Moderator, Women’s Law Association at Suffolk Law School & National Association of Women Judges, March 2022