Autumn Charlie Scardina focuses on practice areas such as Family Law, Personal Injury, Insurance Disputes, Construction Defects, Business Disputes, and Employment Disputes. She is the co-founder of the law firm, Scardina Law, located in Denver, Colorado.
She is passionate about helping others. She finds immense satisfaction in seeing others through difficult and emotional challenges and helping them thrive in overwhelming circumstances. She believes in motivating her clients that they are stronger than their fears.
Lawyer Autumn C. Scardina empathizes with her clients and treats them with respect and dignity. She is tenacious in her representation. Her mission is to create effective and efficient resolutions to address the unique circumstances of each case.
She has managed a high volume of the caseload in her career. She has also worked with a diverse group of people from various socio-economic and educational backgrounds. She has developed strong interpersonal, organizational and problem-solving skills.
Autumn Scardina obtained J.D. from the University of Southern California Law School in 2004. She associated with Children’s Legal Clinic, Interdisciplinary Law Journal while studying there.
She completed B.A. in Political Science and Government in 2000 from California State University. While studying for B.A., she was involved with the Community Legal Information Center.
She has obtained a license to practice law from the Colorado State Bar and the California State Bar. She began her career by working as an associate with Epstein, Turner & Weiss, P.C., a litigation boutique in Los Angeles. Here she assumed a large role in all aspects of litigation.
Working at Epstein, Turner & Weiss, P.C. gave her experience beyond her years. Her clients, coworkers, as well as colleagues, started admiring her work. As a civil litigator, she represented large mortgage lenders.
She learned about a wide variety of complex financial transactions. She researched, drafted and argued many appeals and motions before several California courts. She successfully represented large corporations and governmental entities as a trial attorney for a decade.
She served as the second chair in successfully defending against many multi-million dollar lawsuits related to consumer lending fraud. This experience helped her develop courtroom advocacy skills. To ensure high client retention and satisfaction, she refined customer service and professional communication skills.
She moved to Colorado in 2008 and started serving as an Assistant County Attorney for Adams County. She handled a variety of juvenile and family law matters here and represented before both state and federal courts.
Lawyer Scardina gained substantial experience in handling cases such as dependency and neglect, juvenile delinquency, child support, fraud recovery, mental health, civil rights discrimination and bankruptcy while representing the Adams County Human Services Department as an attorney.
She successfully managed all aspects of litigating several civil recovery actions resulting in millions of dollars of judgments each year. Working together with legal assistants and social worker teams, she established, modified and enforced many child support and child placement orders. She also developed long-term professional relationships with clients, court staff as well as colleagues.
Autumn Charlie Scardina went on to open her law firm, Scardina Family Law. She wants to improve individuals’ lives directly by applying her strong interpersonal skills, tenacity for problem-solving, and passion for advocacy.
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