Miriam Toledo is an associate in the Deerfield Beach office of Roig Lawyers.
Miriam handles community association law matters such as drafting and reviewing contracts entered by the association, interpreting governing documents, as well as assisting in the general association operations.
Miriam also focuses her practice on immigration matters and has advised both individuals and corporations in navigating through the complex immigration process.
Prior to joining the firm in 2014, Miriam was an associate at a civil litigation firm in Plantation where she practiced primarily in the area of Personal Injury Protection Law.
She attended the University of Central Florida where she double majored in Political Science and Legal Studies. After graduating valedictorian in her areas of study, she was awarded the prestigious Goodwin Scholarship to attend Nova Southeastern University Law School where she graduated in 2010 with honors.
During law school, she was a law clerk for the Estate Planning and Probate Law firm in Miami. Additionally, she has had the privilege of clerking for several assistant chief counsels at The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement Miami Immigration Court.
Miriam was born in Bogota, Colombia and grew up in North Miami Beach, Florida.