Sylvana Rosende is an estate litigation attorney in Miami

Sylvana Rosende

ATTORNEY

Sylvana Rosende is an attorney in RMO’s Miami office. Having worked in the legal field since the age of 19, Sylvana brings practical industry experience beyond her licensure. Sylvana focuses her litigation practice representing beneficiaries, professional and corporate fiduciaries (administrators, executors, trustees, and guardians) in contested trust, estate, and probate litigation.

Sylvana grew up in Miami and graduated with her bachelor’s degree from Florida International University. She studied law at St. Thomas University College of Law where she was awarded CALI Book Awards in Legal Research and Writing and in Advanced Legal Research and Writing. Sylvana graduated with an Elder Law Certificate for her guardianship and elder law studies. Sylvana also interned for the Probate Division of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in Miami.

EDUCATION

St. Thomas University
School of Law
Juris Doctor, cum laude

Florida International University
BS, Criminal Justice

LANGUAGES
  • English
  • Spanish
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