Sonila Isak Wintz, ESQ.

Sonila Isak

Sonila Isak Wintz, ESQ. practices bankruptcy law in Harford County, Maryland. She represents individuals and businesses owners in filing for Chapter 7, 13, and 11 bankruptcy.

Attorney Isak Wintz Does More!

Sonila has a unique insight and understanding into state and federal tax laws and how they affect bankruptcy filings in Maryland. Attorney Isak Wintz attended Cooley Law School at Western Michigan University, where she earned an honor scholarship and landed on the Dean's List. While attending, she had the honor of serving as an Associate Editor of the Thomas M. Cooley Journal of Practical and Clinical Law. In the capacity as an Associate Editor, Sonila gained experience in legal research, writing and editing. She earned her juris doctorate degree in 2010.

While working towards her law degree, she gained valuable experience working as a legal assistant for a law firm in New York, New York and later as a law clerk for the Office of the State's Attorney for Worcester County, Maryland.

Prior to entering law school, Sonila earned her bachelor's degree in legal studies from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, where she was on the Dean's List and graduated magna cum laude.

Sonila was honored to be named one of Baltimore's finest in 2014 for her experience and knowledge in the legal field. This list highlights some of the most influential lawyers in the country.

Areas of Practice

  • Bankruptcy
  • Criminal Defense


  • University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, Maryland – 2013
  • Western Michigan University Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan – J.D., 2010
  • John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, New York – B.S. in Legal Studies, 2005

Work Experience

The Isak Law Firm, Bel Air, Maryland
Attorney, January 2011 to Present

Office of the State's Attorney for Worcester County, Maryland, Snow Hill, Maryland
Law clerk, May 2009 - August 2009

Law Office of Gregory Peck, New York, New York
Legal Assistant, May 2005 – December 2006

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