Teddi Ann Barry | Denver Family Law Lawyer | Colorado
Teddi Ann Barry, Esq. is an experienced, professional and compassionate attorney. For over 12 years she has practiced Family Law in Colorado and expanded her skills to include Mediation and Collaborative Law.
Early in her career, Teddi Ann worked as a guardian ad litem in the 18th and 2nd Judicial Districts in Denver, Colorado. There she represented the best interests of children who suffered abuse and neglect by their parents and were then put into the custody of the State.
Moving on in her career she represented Respondent parents who had lost custody of their children.
These experiences have shaped Teddi Ann into an attorney who is passionate about working with families. The philosophy of Saving Children and Restructuring Families comes directly from her experiences.
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Please call 720-722-0776 for consultation.
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