The 3 Do’s and Dont’s of text messages during Divorce.

Texting is written communication used for good and bad purposes.  It’s used as evidence or ammunition of a parents or spouses bad behavior. Text messaging causes all types of trouble for people experiencing a divorce especially how it’s interpreted, so here are a few do’s and dont’s. The serious do’s and don’ts of texting worth… Read more »

Video-Mediation Info from Teddi Ann Barry PC Divorce attorney.

The mediator is a neutral third party in the divorce process, helping individual parties facilitate an agreement they can take to their respective attorneys for review and counsel. Watch this video for more information. Colorado Domestic Courts almost always mandate that a couple facing divorce must first attempt to resolve their disputes in mediation, before… Read more »

How to handle your divorce in 5 quick steps

The 5 steps are to communicate with your spouse or partner; figure out your finances; commit to resolution; get it in writing, and go to court – if necessary. Divorce is not an easy process by any means, there are steps you can take making the divorce process simple, less stressful and financially efficient. 1…. Read more »

Pot And Parenting in Colorado: Still Not Cool Dude

While Colorado is hyped on the legalization of marijuana, Colorado judges and child advocates still aren’t high when deciding what’s in your child’s best interests.  I’m not writing this to take an ethical or medical stance on pot and parenting – I’m just a lawyer who often advocates for and against parenting and pot smoking…. Read more »

Divorce in Colorado: 5 Things you need to know

These are the 5 most important specifics and to help you through this difficult time in your life. 1.  FIGURE OUT YOUR FINANCES FIRST. So many come to my office or turn what was not a terrible situation into a litigious nightmare simply because they did not take the time to properly gather their financial… Read more »