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Teddy was born in Portland, Oregon on December 20, 2007. He moved to Boulder and joined the law firm of Barre M. Sakol, P.C. as an associate in February 2008. He subsequently became a junior partner in the firm. Teddy provides a unique experience for Barre’s clients. His gentle demeanor is calming when someone is feeling stressed, anxious, angry or afraid, which is not uncommon when dealing with serious legal matters.
Posted on: November 24, 2016
Two weeks ago, I weighed some pros and cons of filing your divorce without an attorney (read Part I here). This article is the follow-up to that conversation. The truth is that anything you can do with an attorney, you can do without an attorney. In the State of Colorado, most of the paperwork you… Read more »
Posted on: November 10, 2016
Occasionally, our office gets questions from people anticipating a divorce as to whether it is a “good idea” to file the divorce paperwork by themselves. Of course, there is no black and white answer to this question because every divorce case is different, and every couple will bring different issues and challenges to the table…. Read more »
Posted on: October 27, 2016
Usually there are two parts to every case: one is the determination of guilt or innocence, and two is the determination of penalty for a guilty charge. Often, if the Judge doesn’t want to put the offender in jail he or she will use community service as a way of imposing a punitive sanction that… Read more »