Attorney Marlana Caruso

Marlana A. Caruso

Family Law

Call: 303-338-2365

1805 Shea Center Drive
Suite 180
Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80129

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“Family law is unique in the sense that there are multiple avenues to reach the finish line. Getting creative on possible resolutions is not only possible, but generally encouraged in my practice.”

Education & Bar Admissions

  • Juris Doctor, Magna Cum Laude, ranked 7th in class, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law, 2009
  • Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude, Graduated with Distinction and Departmental Honors, Philosophy, Christopher Newport University, 2006
  • Bar Admissions: Colorado Bar, 2009; Nevada Bar, 2018

Speaking Events and Other Honors

  • National Institute of Trail Advocacy, Faculty Member
  • CBA Mock Trial Committee Member
  • Mile High Radio Guest Speaker, 2011
  • Project Safeguard Volunteer Attorney, 2009-2013
  • Law Review Notes & Comments Editor
  • Moot Court Society
  • Pro Bono Graduation Honors

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association
  • Arapahoe County Bar Association
  • Colorado Bar Association

Biography

Robinson & Henry family lawyer Marlana A. Caruso hails from Virginia. Humble beginnings taught her the value of hard work and education.

Marlana’s career has focused exclusively in the area of family law. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge about domestic litigation. Prior to joining Robinson & Henry, Marlana worked for the country’s largest domestic litigation law firm.

Family law is a challenging area of practice. It takes a compassionate and assertive attorney to help individuals navigate some of the most difficult times of their lives. Marlana finds the rapport she develops with her clients reduces their stress and creates a foundation for a favorable outcome for their case.

In addition to helping Robinson & Henry clients, Marlana remains active in the community. She works with low-income and unrepresented individuals who need assistance completing legal documents to launch their domestic cases. She also teaches law clinics for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.