Patrick Solomita practices in Smith Strong’s Estate Planning (including Wills and Trusts), Elder Law, and Estate Administration divisions.
Patrick graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law Cum Laude in the spring of 2022. He interned in-house at both Truist Bank and WealthForge Securities during his time at Richmond.
Patrick received his undergraduate degree at Randolph-Macon College where he was also a member of the baseball team. He was a relief pitcher during his collegiate career, which included two pitching appearances in the Division III World Series and his 56 career appearances ranks 7th on the school’s all time record list. During his time at Randolph-Macon Patrick interned at the Hanover County Circuit Court under the supervision of the Honorable J. Overton Harris.
Patrick was born in Norwalk, Connecticut but grew up in Chesterfield, VA and has resided in the Chesterfield/Richmond area for the majority of his life.
In his free time, Patrick is an avid baseball fan whose appreciation for the game of baseball came from his father, Anthony Solomita, who played baseball at the collegiate level at Cornell University. He has coached youth travel teams in the Chesterfield area and was the assistant coach for Manchester High School in the spring of 2022.
Patrick meets with clients each day on estate planning, probate, and estate/fiduciary litigation matters. He serves clients from a 1.5 hour radius around Richmond, Virginia, including:
- New Kent,
- Charles City,
- Prince George,
- King William,
- King & Queen,
- James City County,
- York County, and
- City of Richmond, among others.
Patrick provides a comprehensive range of family law services from advice and counseling on the most sophisticated and complex business and legal issues to negotiating agreements, mediating disputes, and litigation involving:
Power of Attorney Disputes