Ms. Wainstein (Dolinsky) is licensed to practice law in Maryland and Florida. Ms. Wainstein focuses her work in the areas of guardianship and the preparation of retirement court orders.
Ms. Wainstein is a seasoned litigator with extensive experience in both bench and jury trials, and motion practice. Ms. Wainstein has taken hundreds of depositions during the course of her career.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Wainstein was a Principal of a successful litigation practice with locations in Dade and Broward Counties. Her criminal practice included the litigation of serious crimes including first degree murder and second degree assault, to name only a few.
Prior to opening her own practice, Ms. Wainstein was an associate in a civil and criminal boutique litigation firm.
Ms. Wainstein is also a licensed private investigator in the state of Florida. This scene investigation and surveillance background continues to serve as a compliment to her litigation practice.
Ms. Wainstein has volunteered countless hours of her time with Broward County Drug Court, which helps first time non-violent offenders successfully navigate the criminal justice system and move on with their lives, ultimately resulting in expungement of their records.
In college and law school, Ms. Wainstein served as an intern at the Broward County Public Defender's Office, including serving as a Florida Supreme Court Certified Legal Intern during her third year of law school. There she learned many of the litigation skills she now uses in her daily practice.
Bar Associations: Montgomery County Bar Association (Member, Family Law Section); Maryland State Bar Association, Inc. (Member, Sections on: Family Law; Juvenile Law).
Law School: University of Miami School of Law, J.D., 2005
Undergraduate: Florida State (B.S., Criminology, 2002), summa cum laude