Carlo is laser-focused on ensuring a successful future for his clients. He’s got a big personality, a no-nonsense style, and a deep commitment to making things better. His strategic planning of his cases – combined with his diligent execution of the plan – positions his clients to best achieve their goals. He quickly puts people at ease and earns their trust. If he’s your lawyer, he’s going to level with you; he’s going to guide you; and he’s going to be your biggest champion.
Carlo earned his Juris Doctor degree from Creighton University School of Law in 2010. He earned his Bachelors of Arts degree from Emmanuel College.
Honors & Community
Carlo is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association, Anoka County Bar Association, and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC). He is on the Board of Directors and serves as Secretary for the Minnesota Chapter of the AFCC, as well as being the co-chair of that organization’s Legislative and Public Policy Committee. He was also on the 2020 Planning Committee for the Minnesota CLE Family Law Institute and presented at one of the super breakout sessions. He has followed that up by presenting at the 2021 Family Law Institute on the topic of vaccinations and the law. Carlo has been named to the 2021 Minnesota Rising Stars lists.
As part of his dedication to the field, Carlo is constantly speaking with, and listening to, individuals and organizations about legislation that is relevant to the area of family law in Minnesota. He sees this as a way to ensure that our family law system is the best that it can be. In his free time, Carlo likes to spend as much of it possible with his family and fit in a marathon or two when time permits.
Carlo has made the following presentations:
- “2 Tweet or Not 2 Tweet: Social Media and Custody Disputes,” 2018 AFCC 13th Symposium on Child Custody
- “Taking a Deposition in a Family Law Case, “ 2019 Minnesota CLE Family Law Institute
- “Social Media and its Impact on Family Law – 2019 Presentations for the Ramsey County Bar Association and AFCC Minnesota Chapter
- “Family Law Dynamics as Portrayed in Sitcoms” 2020 Minnesota CLE Family Law Institute webcast