Joined 5 years ago from Louisville
Lori Barkus is a family law attorney and mediator with 20 years' experience in her field. Since 2005, she has owned and operated her firm, Barkuslaw, representing clients in a variety of family law matters. She has also been an advocate for changing alimony and custody laws to make the divorce and custody process less adversarial and more in the true best interest of children. Although experienced as a litigator, mediator and collaborative lawyer, she prefers to work strategically with her clients to determine the best approach for their particular situation. Her articles, and her firm, represent a more wholehearted approach to family law- working mindfully and skillfully towards resolution, without the never ending litigation and bills that make many people dislike attorneys. She is licensed, and practices in, both Florida and Colorado.
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