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Five Tips For Reducing Legal Fees During Divorce

By Koether Law, P.A. |

It is no secret that divorce is a stressful experience for everyone involved. Adding to that stress is the fact that the process is also an expensive one. Many people choose not to work with an attorney in an attempt to reduce the cost. Truthfully, not having legal counsel could end up costing you… Read More »

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Can Couples Use The Same Brandon Divorce Lawyer?

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Couples who are ending their marriage often consider using the same Brandon divorce lawyer throughout proceedings. This is especially true when a couple believes they have reached an agreement on their own and only need an attorney to draft the formal paperwork. In these scenarios, couples often think they can cut down on the… Read More »

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Busting The Common Myths About Child Support In Brandon

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Child support is one of the most misunderstood terms of any divorce that involves children. Child support laws are complicated, and they vary from state to state, which has resulted in multiple myths abounding about it. The laws on child support are also always changing, making the situation even more complex. If you have… Read More »

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Three Ways To Divide A Business During Divorce

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Dividing debts and assets during the divorce process is always tricky. When you or your spouse own a business, though, dividing this asset is even more complex. Even when one spouse solely owns a business, it is usually still subject to Florida’s equitable distribution laws. This is due to the fact that even if… Read More »

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When Alimony Can, And Cannot, Be Modified

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Alimony is a hotly contested issue during many divorce cases. Like all other orders pertaining to a divorce, alimony orders are final and legally binding. Even so, when circumstances change, either the payer or the recipient can petition the court to modify, or change, the order. Below, our Brandon alimony attorney outlines when you… Read More »

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How To Make Time-Sharing Work During The Holidays

By Koether Law, P.A. |

The holiday season is officially upon us. For many families, this time of year is one of joy and happiness. If you have recently gotten a divorce, though, the holidays may present some difficult challenges. You may feel sad that for the first time, you will not be spending the holidays together as a… Read More »

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What Are The Best Interests Of The Child In Florida?

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Parents going through a divorce must create a parenting and time-sharing plan that outlines the amount of time each spouse will spend with the children. The plan must include the shared responsibilities in school-related matters, parenting tasks, medical care for the child, and other important elements. Parenting plans in Florida should also include the… Read More »

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Want A Separation? Use A Postnuptial Agreement

By Koether Law, P.A. |

For some couples, getting legally separated has many benefits over getting a divorce. Legal separation allows some couples to live separately and apart for a period of time, which can help each person determine if they want to go through with the divorce. Getting legally separated can also allow people to separate from their… Read More »

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Do You Have To Pay Child Support For Tuition?

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Divorce is very expensive, particularly if you are ordered to pay alimony or child support. Unfortunately, post-secondary education is even more costly. Most of the time, the parents of a child attending university or college will sit down together with their child to determine how they will pay their tuition. After the parents have… Read More »

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The Do’s And Do Not’s Of Child Custody Litigation

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Disputes involving child custody, or parenting time as it is known in Florida, are extremely emotional for the parents going through them. Constantly arguing with your spouse or former spouse about scheduling, parenting decisions, and more will leave you exhausted and you might not always make the best decisions. Making the wrong choice now… Read More »

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