Sandy Boisrond is an estate planning and probate attorney licensed to practice in Florida. She focuses her areas of practice on wills, trusts, and estate planning, probate administration, and special needs planning. She is particularly involved in supporting special needs families to help them create long term plans, as she is the Aunt of a 10-year-old who has autism. She also supports the needs of entrepreneurs and small businesses in providing contract drafting and review.
Ms. Boisrond was born in Boston, Massachusetts and raised in Miami, Florida. She is a graduate of the University of Miami where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology, followed by a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Walden University, and Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan.
While in law school, Ms. Boisrond served as the Vice President of the Student Bar Association, the President of the Black Law Students Association, and a Cooley Ambassador. She was also a judicial intern to the Honorable Michael Warren of the Oakland County Circuit Court, and served as a Student Attorney with the Thomas M. Cooley Law School Estate Planning Clinic, supporting the estate planning needs of the elderly.
Ms. Boisrond started her legal career as a solo practitioner, later worked as an associate attorney with a small firm, and currently manages her own law practice serving Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach County. Ms. Boisrond also serves as an Adjunct Instructor at ASA College as part of the Criminal Justice department and Business Administration division. Prior to the practice of law, Ms. Boisrond served Broward County Public Schools for over eight years as a middle school science teacher and an elementary school pool/interim substitute teacher. She also served the Haitian/Caribbean community as a Community Liaison and Program Coordinator for over four years in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, addressing the needs of Refugee youth and families and supporting Haitian/Caribbean families through domestic violence and child abuse issues.
Ms. Boisrond is an active member of the Florida Bar Real Property, Probate & Trust Law (RPPTL) Section, where she serves on the Membership and Inclusion Committee (MIC) as a co-coordinator of the Law School Outreach Program serving South Florida law schools, and serves as the MIC Technology Liaison. She also serves as an Affiliated Bar Director on the Dade County Bar Association Board of Directors, as a representative of the Haitian Lawyers Association, and is a member of the Broward County Bar Association.
Ms. Boisrond has a passion for education and the law. She strives to utilize her platform to support community outreach initiatives and to educate individuals and families regarding estate planning, probate, and contract issues.