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Edwards Family Law Firm
About Daniel Barron Attorney & Mediation Services, Inc.
- Family Law
Accepts Credit Cards
Wells Fargo BldgSuite 205-2 Edwards, CO 81632
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If you want a lawyer that will fight to keep your kids from going to school or getting the therapy they need this is your guy. If you want a lawyer that will do everything to line his pockets and create never ending horrific situations for everyone involved so he can keep collecting money this is your guy. If you want to pay off your lawyer and have them come back 4 years later claiming you owed them 50 bucks, threaten a lien on your house and add on hundreds of dollars in fees this is your guy. If you want to spend the rest of your life in court, be harassed and never see your children get what they need this is your guy. He’s a person that feels no shame in collecting off of the suffering of children. Don’t settle for this. He’s not interested in anything but making simple problems difficult. He’s actively worked to violate my child’s rights. He’s the worst most unprofessional bully I’ve ever been cursed with. Ask around. Anyone in law will make a disgusted face at the mention of his name. He’s known for being toxic.
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