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Naima B. Solomon, Esq.



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Naima B. Solomon began her legal career at a mid-sized law firm in downtown San Diego, working as part of a sophisticated team of business lawyers.  In 2015, she co-founded Broaden Law LLP to combine her entrepreneurial spirit with the practice of law. Naima is a managing partner and represents trustees, beneficiaries, executors, and others in cases involving probate, trust, and estate administration and litigation.

"Naima" is pronounced Nie-EEM-uh, and she is named after a jazz ballad composed by John Coltrane in 1959.  Although she personally identifies as a Hoosier and grew up in the midwest, Naima's roots in San Diego go back several generations.  She earned her J.D. in 2012 at the I.U. Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis, and then was admitted as a member of the California State Bar in December of 2012.


According to Naima, it wasn't a difficult choice to come to San Diego because she had a unique opportunity to be mentored by her grandfather, a high-caliber real estate lawyer, lifelong role model, and amazing human.  And besides, she couldn't see herself going back and forth to the Indianapolis courthouse in 100° F humidity and still wearing a suit jacket, or changing back and forth out of snow boots into high heels!  

As an associate at Solomon, Ward, Seidenwurm, & Smith LLP, Naima worked on a variety of transactional and litigation matters and gained a solid foundation and understanding of various areas of the law.  Naima ultimately realized that a different kind of legal practice would better suit her lifestyle as a mother of two. So, she re-connected with a former colleague who was also a new mother and wanted to work for a broader range of clients.  They agreed that excellent client service would always remain a top priority. 

Naima's law practice includes estate planning, probate, and trust administration.  She helps clients navigate the loss of a loved one while remaining attentive to the details involved in settling the estate.  Clients appreciate that she makes a conscious effort to understand the people involved in the estate and not just the property that must be dealt with. Naima feels confident that her clients take home a larger share of the estate because of her individualized approach and strategies to minimize legal fees.   


Broaden Law LLP has operated out of the Eastlake district of Chula Vista, California, since 2016.  Naima and her husband Jason Bercovitch moved from San Diego to Chula Vista with their 2 youngest children in 2022.  Her current goal is to work up the stamina to ride her bicycle 3 miles from home to the law office.  When she is not practicing law, Ms. Solomon enjoys working out at OTF, riding her bike, and playing cards. 

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