Yoscaisa is a highly experienced tax law professional, as evidenced by her various tax field roles, along with her Master of Laws in Taxation. Before building her own solo practice, Yoscaisa served as an Intern in the National Tax, Merger & Acquisitions Group of Ernst & Young, the third-largest professional services firm globally, where she assisted the tax team with a wide range of financial transactions and tax issues. She has also served as a licensed student attorney for the Janet R. Spragens Federal Tax Clinic in the American University Washington College of Law and an Intern for the U.S. Department of Justice in their Tax Division, Civil Trial Section.
Building on her business savvy nature and innate entrepreneurial spirit, Yoscaisa built her tax preparation practice in June 2006. Here, she applied her extensive business-related education to her small business owners and individual clients by providing superior legal guidance. Before opening her own law firm, Yoscaisa has served as a Volunteer Director of Legal and Financial Affairs for the Visionaries of Light, LLC., where she assisted in organizing, drafting operating documents, and advise the non-profit board on various legal and business matters.
At 13 years old, Yoscaisa immigrated to the United States from the Dominican Republic. Through her own experiences as a young immigrant, Yoscaisa realized the importance of having legal representation in all immigration proceedings. This experience has inspired her to pursue a legal career to dedicate her life to providing sound legal advice. True to her mission, she has served as a Legal Intern with the Commission on Immigration of the American Bar Association. She also provided Spanish-English translations for Prince George County to assist immigrants interacting with their legal counsels.
Yoscaisa earned her Juris Doctor from American University Washington College of Law. She also received her Master of Laws in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center. Yoscaisa earned her Bachelor of Science, concentrated on Legal Studies, minor in Business Administration from the University of Maryland University College, where she received the prestigious President's Scholarship and was part of the Dean's List from 2008-2010.
Yoscaisa is an active member of the Maryland and DC Bar Associations, the Bar Association of Montgomery County, and the Montgomery County Women’s Bar Association.