Solé Suchomel is a licensed attorney in two countries, the United States and Paraguay. She is fluent in English and Spanish.
Prior to joining Ewin Lambourne Law, Solé worked at the Legal Aid Society of San Diego as a summer intern and as a legal research assistant at the University of Kansas. During her internship at the Legal Aid Society of San Diego, Solé provided assistance to low income individuals with the preparation and filing of unlawful detainer, domestic violence, and elder abuse cases. For her work at the Legal Aid Society of San Diego, Solé was recognized by the State Bar of California with the Wiley W. Manuel certificate for her pro bono services to low income individuals.
Solé earned her first Juris Doctor in Paraguay in 2011. After obtaining her first Juris Doctor, Solé moved to the United States and pursued her second Juris Doctor at the University of Kansas School of Law, where she was also honored with a Pro Bono Distinction for her pro bono services.
At Ewin Lambourne Law, Solé handles a wide range of matters including trust and probate administration, conservatorships, and estate planning.
When not at work, Solé enjoys giving back to the community and the United States military.