- I have a change in my monthly income.
- My former spouse has a change in her monthly income.
- The parenting plan we have does not work for our children.
- My former spouse is not abiding by our current parenting plan.
- I want to move out of the State of Colorado.
- I want to remarry, or my former spouse is going to remarry.
- My child does not want to see his other parent anymore.
- The other person had assets that she did not disclose during the divorce.
After your divorce in Colorado is final, there may be reasons to modify or change the existing orders or agreements previously made.
Often there is a clause in your separation agreement that commits the two of you to first mediate any disputes.
Many of our clients join us for our mediation and settlement conference services at this point. Others hire new counsel to revise the existing agreement and come to us for help.
We can help. Whether through mediation or legal representation the attorneys and mediators of Teddi Ann Barry, P.C can help modify the terms of your separation agreement or parenting plan.
So often clients come to us having done their divorce without knowledge or foresight to understand consequences of previous agreements made. Understanding the financial considerations with hiring lawyers, we work to find a resolution that is fair and equitable in the most expedited fashion possible.
Some fear going back to Court to modify their parenting plans and terms of the separation agreements because of the contention and conflict that existed during the marriage and the original divorce. Because modifications are often limited to some very specific issues within the agreement, this should not be the same experience for you to get what is best for you and your family.
Others fail to calculate the financial consequences of paying more or receiving less child support than the law provides. Remember, child support is your child’s right and you should do everything you can to make sure the amount paid is what should be paid – not more or less when either way may affect your ability to take care of yourself and others in your care.
If you have any questions please call us at 720-722-0776
Child Custody & Parental Responsibility: The most important concern for any family going through divorce in Colorado is what will happen to the children. How do you decide what is in the best interests of the child? What determines who has been the primary parent of the child? What will your overnight schedule with the kids cost you? Child Custody is also known as the allocation of parental responsibility in Colorado. The family law attorneys of Teddi Ann Barry, PC can help you determine what parenting plan or child custody situation is best for your family. READ MORE
Paternity: Not being legally married to the mother or father of your child or to the person with whom you are expecting a child poses some challenges. Both of these reasons are major reasons to hire counsel to help you. You need to have a parenting plan, so the child’s other parent does not try to take the child from you if the relationship ends. These can be specific and detailed or very general depending on your circumstances. READ MORE
Parenting Time:The most important concern for any family going through divorce in Colorado is what will happen to the children. How do you decide what is in the best interests of the child? What determines who has been the primary parent of the child? What will your overnight schedule with the kids cost you?
Child Custody is also known as the Allocation of Parental Responsibility in Colorado. There is residential responsibility and decision-making responsibility to be determined. The family law attorneys of Teddi Ann Barry, PC can help you determine what parenting plan or child custody situation is best for you and your family. READ MORE
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When you decide to Divorce in Colorado, call Teddi Ann Barry, PC. Our mission is to resolve your family legal matters, quickly, efficiently, and in the most cost-effective manner possible. We have experience in all areas of family law, including high conflict litigation when necessary and permitted by Colorado Law
Teddi Ann Barry PC Family Law attorneys have offices throughout the state of Colorado, specifically including Denver, Cherry Creek, Vail, Avon, Steamboat. Our Home office is located in Denver at 899 Logan Street, Suite 203 Denver, CO 80203. Our phone number at this location is 720-722-0776. Our Vail location is at 30 W. Benchmark Road, Suite 214, Avon, CO 81620 970-949-0776.
Teddi Ann Barry PC focuses exclusively on Family law matters including, Divorce, Legal Separation, Mediation and Settlement Conferences, Common Law Marriage, Maintenance, Child Support, Parental Responsibility, Parenting time, Child Custody, Modifications, Paternity, Step-Parent Adoptions, Collaborative Law, Non-traditional Families and Pre and Post Nuptial agreements.
Our mission is to resolve your family legal matters, quickly, efficiently and in the most cost effective manner possible. We have experience in all areas of family law, including high conflict litigation when necessary and permitted by Colorado law.
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