Zaira Solano - Spanish Speaking Atlanta Lawyer

Zaira Solano

Zaira earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Georgia College & State University. While earning her degree, she worked in the office of a solo practitioner in the metro Atlanta area. She gained valuable, hands-on experience in family law, criminal law, and worker’s compensation law prior to her legal education.

Zaira worked for several firms throughout the Atlanta area while earning her law degree at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School.  Zaira discovered her passion for immigration during law school. Later in her training, she clerked at an immigration firm in Atlanta, Georgia. Zaira also worked in the Fulton County Public Defender’s Office in the Complex Case Division. In 2011, Zaira founded Solano Law Firm with a focus on immigration law to serve the Latino community. She believes in providing honest representation and educating clients throughout the process.

Zaira Solano was raised in Weehawken, New Jersey in a tightly knit Dominican family. She is fluent in both Spanish and English. Zaira realized a childhood ambition when she became an attorney.  She created a game plan and worked hard to achieve her goals. During her free time, Zaira loves to go to the beach with her husband and two dogs, Sasha and Sierra. She also enjoys spending time with family, reading, and going to concerts.


  • Georgia College & State University, B.A.
  • Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, J.D.

Bar Admissions:

  • Georgia


  • AILA Military Assistance Program
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
  • Atlanta John Marshall Law School Alumni Board
  • Georgia Hispanic Bar Association

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Tanya L. Tidwell

Born in Georgia and raised in Alabama, Tanya enjoyed a wonderful childhood with her parents and two sisters, as they spent summers traveling and discovering history all over the world and the school year exploring North America, by visiting national landmarks and attending theatre, opera, and symphonies throughout the country. This experience inspired Tanya to make a difference in the world.

After graduating law school, Tanya’s heart was drawn towards helping immigrants, one of this country’s most under-served and discriminated against populations. Therefore, she decided to move to Costa Rica to learn Spanish. After hundreds of hours of Spanish instruction and immersion, she returned to the United States and began working with the Hispanic population.

Tanya is blessed to have a wonderful, loving, and supportive wife and children. When not working, Tanya and her family enjoy spending as much time as possible on the water and especially look forward to their scuba diving excursions. In addition, they love to mountain bike and hike in the beautiful state parks surrounding their home in Birmingham, AL. She is very happy to be on this journey through life with her family and she is excited for the opportunity to serve the immigrant community with Solano Law Firm.


  • University of Alabama, B.S.
  • Cumberland School of Law, J.D.
  • IPED Languages Plus, Spanish Studies

Bar Admissions:

  • Alabama


  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
  • Alabama Bar Association
  • Birmingham Bar Association
  •  Alabama Guardian ad Litem