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Marte Legal Solutions, LLC

marte Legal Solutions

Marte Legal Solutions, LLC

(212) 485-9897

Cecilia A. Marte is a highly experienced paralegal. When we had the good fortune of having Ms. Marte join our team, she already had 15 years of experience in the legal field with a primary focus on trust and estates, our principal practice area. She is also a licensed Notary Public.

Ms. Marte gained much of her prior legal experience with the law firm of Schram & Carew, P.C. (now as Schram, Graber & Opell, P.C.), where she served as a liaison with various government and court offices. In addition to benefiting our clients through her formidable legal system navigational skills, Cecilia regularly assists our attorneys with the drafting and filing of court papers and the intake of new matters.


After graduating from the acclaimed Murry Bergtraum High School of Business Careers, Ms. Marte was admitted to the The John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the City University of New York, where she was awarded a Bachelor of Science Degree in Legal Studies, 2005. Her undergraduate distinctions include being on the National Dean’s List and receiving American Judiciary credit for her work with Schram & Carew, P.C. Cecilia’s achievements are all the more remarkable since Cecilia maintained a full-time position with Futterman Court Services and, on occasion, a part-time position working within John Jay College, during her matriculation at John Jay College. Cecilia has also taken graduate courses working towards her Master’s Degree and plans to go on to law school.

Community Activities

Ms. Marte has contributed her time and talents to the ALBOR (The Association of Latino Business Owners and Residents), a community advocacy group.


Ms. Marte is fluent in reading, writing and speaking Spanish. She also has an understanding of spoken Italian.


Ms. Marte’s interests include softball, handball, reading, and investigative work.