Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton’s Maria D. Garcia has always known what she wanted. As a child growing up in Miami, she’d tell her parents, exiled from Cuba, that one day she’d be una abogada: an attorney.

Garcia’s first paychecks came from her father’s small glass and mirror business in Coral Gables, where she says she learned the value of hard work and diligence.

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