The Facade of “Father’s Rights” in Family Law

Have you seen the commercials for the law firms “specializing” in Father’s Rights issues? Firms specializing in “Father’s rights” have not once, in my 15 years of practice, done better in settlement or court for their clients that experienced family law attorneys. I have worked with some reputable attorneys at these firms but choosing a… Read more »

PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY EVALUATIONS – Make them a last choice instead of the first.

In the midst of a stressful divorce, many parents head toward what they believe is the best course of action for the allocation of parental responsibilities by using a parental responsibility evaluations that involve child family investigators. There are very good reasons why someone would consider parental responsibility evaluations, for instance, a member of your… Read more »

5 mistakes Sherri Shepherd made with her upcoming divorce.

After reviewing the current media facts about the Sherri Shepherd and Lamar Sally divorce case, here are 5 actions that Sherri Shepherd and couples considering divorce should avoid. 1. Sherri filed for divorce without an attorney of record, with a child on the way, carried by a surrogate, and a potentially fraudulent pre-nuptial agreement after… Read more »

Video-Why does Teddi Ann Barry practice family law?

This is video is about why Teddi Ann Barry PC practices family law in Denver, Vail, Avon Colorado. Teddi Ann Barry PC practices family law because she was educated to serve others! The premise of my college and law school education at Creighton University, a Jesuit Catholic university. This philosophy is important and what I… Read more »

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 »