Suzanne Marsh is a Colorado native who grew up in Pueblo, CO. She obtained B.A.s in History and Italian from the University of Denver, where she became an alumna of the Delta Zeta Sorority and studied abroad in Perugia, Italy. Suzanne liked her time at DU so much that she stayed for law school and obtained her Juris Doctorate from the Sturm College of Law. In law school, Suzanne worked on the Veterans’ Advocacy Project, which helps veterans receive the benefits to which they are entitled. She participated in a national competition for Veterans Law in Washington, D.C., and also won awards for academic excellence and moot court competitions. Suzanne gained several years of courtroom experience working as a Deputy District Attorney in Pueblo, where she tried 30 cases before a jury, handled over 700 cases, and was in court on a daily basis. Working as a DA instilled in her a passion for helping victims of Domestic Violence and child abuse, and this passion carries over into her work as a Family Law attorney. Suzanne is experienced in both negotiation and trials, so she can expertly handle whichever resolution is right for your case. As a new mother, Suzanne does not have any free time, but if she did, she would spend it cooking, skiing, reading, traveling, and dancing.