5 critical divorce legal terms you need to know Part 1

The 5 critical divorce terms discussed in this blog are DR Case, Petition & Response, Dissolution & Legal Separation. These terms and acronyms are crucial when discussing your divorce with an attorney. You don’t know the divorce process that’s why you hire an attorney. Knowing these terms helps understanding some of the details of your… Read more »

3 Keys to Successfully Prepare for Mediation.

Have all of your documentation exchanged before you mediate Have all available letters or information necessary for decision making in hand. Know what you want and what you need – and understand the difference. Here are the 3 keys for successful mediation explained. 1.  Have all your documentation exchanged before you mediate. The key to… 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 »

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 »

Where is the Love in Family Law?

In the world of family law and divorce I am constantly asking myself where is the love? When clients step over the threshold to my office- it’s assumed that the love is gone.  As if that foot print on the carpet drains all the love away from a relationship once overflowing with it. Love is… Read more »