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Common Questions About Child Custody In Florida

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Whether you are currently going through a divorce or your case was finalized some time ago and you now have a child custody dispute, you are likely concerned about the potential outcome. Child custody battles are some of the most emotional disputes within a family, but they are also governed by many laws and… Read More »

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Six Tips To Ensure Your Collaborative Divorce Is A Success

By Koether Law, P.A. |

There are many ways to get a divorce in Brandon. One of the most popular is collaborative law, which requires both spouses to meet with their lawyers and relevant experts, such as vocational experts or childcare development professionals. It is important to give your collaborative divorce the best chance of success. If unsuccessful, you… Read More »

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Tips If You Want To Fight For Sole Custody

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Child custody disputes are one of the most stressful things a parent could ever go through. No parent wants to lose time with their children, and you may even feel tempted to try to get sole custody. If this is the case, it is imperative to know that in Florida, the family law courts… Read More »

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Four Ways To Prepare For Court

By Koether Law, P.A. |

If there are issues in your divorce case that cannot be settled out of court, such as property division matters, you will have to go to trial to resolve them. Going to court is sometimes an intimidating experience, particularly for those who have never gone through it before. If your Brandon divorce attorney has… Read More »

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The Basics Of Alimony In Florida

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Alimony, also known as spousal support, is commonly awarded in divorce cases, but it is often misunderstood. Alimony is separate from the division of marital assets, and it is also separate from child support. Spouses can always reach an agreement about spousal support, just as they can agree to other terms of their divorce,… Read More »

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5 Things To Know About Postnuptial Agreements

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Many people understand the concept of premarital agreements and what they are used for. Although some people draft these legal documents before they get married, sometimes people do not realize they need one until after they are already married. For example, one spouse may start a business during the marriage and they want to… Read More »

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How Will Adultery Impact Divorce Proceedings?

By Koether Law, P.A. |

People divorce for many reasons but different studies have shown that approximately 20 to 40 percent of marriages end due to adultery. If you are getting a divorce because you or your spouse was unfaithful, you may wonder how the infidelity will affect your divorce case. Florida is a no-fault divorce state, which means… Read More »

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The Timeline Of A Florida Divorce

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Perhaps you have been thinking about divorcing your spouse for some time. Or, maybe being served with divorce papers came as a total shock. Regardless of how  you arrived at the dissolution of your marriage, it is important that you are prepared and know what to expect. Below, our Brandon family lawyer explains the… Read More »

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Understanding Co-Parenting Courses In Florida

By Koether Law, P.A. |

After a divorce, you still need to continue a relationship with your ex if you have children together. Making the transition from cohabitating as a family unit to living in a separate household takes a great deal of time and effort. It is for this reason that the Florida courts usually order co-parents to… Read More »

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Five Ways To Establish Paternity In Florida

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Legally speaking, paternity refers to officially establishing who is the biological father of the child. Once paternity is established, the father then takes on all the rights and responsibilities given to biological parents in Florida. Establishing paternity always has the potential to become very complex, and there is more than one way to do… Read More »

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