Top 3 Ways to Save Time & Money Getting Divorced

Available for Interviews: Teddi Ann Barry

Teddy Ann Barry, Esq. is a family attorney and writer who has been serving families through divorce and custody and has been practicing family law for over twenty years, and also comes with a wealth of experience in mediation and collaborative law. She is also the author of The Do-It-Yourself Guide to Divorce in Colorado.

What Teddi Ann Barry can say in an interview on the
Top 3 Ways to Save Money & Time Getting Divorced:

 1. Sign a prenuptial agreement

Sign a prenuptial agreement before you get married or a postnuptial agreement after you marry that details the financial division of property and debt and address spousal support before ever worrying about getting divorced.

2. Spend money on counseling and therapy

Spend money on counseling and therapy before litigating your divorce. Whether individual or family counseling—understanding emotions and the underlying issues before leaving your family matters to lawyers and a judge will likely save thousands of dollars and protect your family moving forward.

3. Use lawyers and experts wisely

The difference between a consultation and representation is likely thousands of dollars. Entering into your own agreements without any legal advice or input from real estate professionals, counselors, or business evaluators could cost you a lot more trying to undue agreements you enter into later. Meeting with professionals to understand your rights and what you need to know before entering agreements will save you so much money—and ultimately, heartaches and headaches.


Interview: Teddi Ann Barry

Teddi Ann Barry, Esq. is the Founder of Teddy Ann Barry, PSC., and has been an attorney for over twenty years. Other areas of law practiced are mediation and collaborative law. Teddy is based in the Cherry Creek office and practices family law exclusively. She is also the author of The Do-It-Yourself Guide to Divorce in Colorado: Get In, Get Out, Get Over It.

Teddy is a former guardian ad litem and Respondent parents’ counsel, representing the best interests of children placed in the custody of the State and the parents accused of abuse and neglect of their children by the State.

As an alumna of Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska for both her undergraduate and Juris Doctorate degrees, Teddy is proud to have been educated at Creighton University which is one of 28 Jesuit Catholic universities throughout the country, that teaches, among many wonderful values, service.  I have been serving others in family law since 2000.

Teddy has been a business owner for over 17 years and continues to build a firm with experienced and well-respected professionals who can offer the highest level of client care, advocacy, skilled negotiation, and litigation if and when absolutely necessary.

The Do It Yourself Guide to Divorce In Colorado: Get In ~ Get Out ~ Get Over It by [Teddi Ann Barry]


Jo Allison
Managing Editor
Director of Public Relations
Success In Media, Inc.

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