Dalyla Santos-Furman’s father instilled a passion in her to speak up for others who can’t speak for themselves. And that’s what inspired her to become an attorney after emigrating from Cuba as a teenager.

She’s had experience in bankruptcy, foreclosure, immigration, and more. And these days she’s just where she wants to be: with her own law firm, working closely – and getting to know – the clients she’s helping directly.

She talks about what it takes to go out on your own with a growing family, as well as …

  • The challenges of partnerships – and what to do when it doesn’t work out
  • The one person you need to help guide you when starting out
  • 4 things you must have first when starting a solo firm
  • How to diversify your law practice – and when it makes sense
  • And more