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Can You Get Your Marriage Annulled In Florida?

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Sometimes, people rush to get married only to start regretting it shortly after. Many people incorrectly assume at this point that they can get an annulment and ‘undo’ the decision they made. Florida law does not actually include a section on annulments. However, if you can prove that you have legal grounds for an… Read More »

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Common Misconceptions About Mediation In Florida

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Mediation is mandatory for most divorce cases in Florida. The process involves both spouses meeting with a mediator, who is an objective third party. The mediator tries to foster communication and compromise between the two parties so they can reach an agreement. While the process sounds fairly straightforward, mediation is still something that is… Read More »

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What To Do After Being Served With Divorce Papers

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Regardless of whether you have seen divorce coming for some time, or it is a complete shock to you, being served with divorce papers is always cause for uncertainty. You are likely feeling stressed, perhaps angry, and you may not know what to do next.  The steps you take now are critical. Below, our… Read More »

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Brandon Dependency Lawyer

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Being involved in a dependency proceeding with the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) can be extremely intimidating and nerve-wracking. If a dependency proceeding has been initiated against you, the first thing that you need to do is to contact a skilled attorney who has experience working on dependency cases. At the office… Read More »

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Common Mistakes To Avoid During Divorce

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Even when a divorce is uncontested, the process is demanding for the people going through it. The process is long, costly, and emotionally draining. The fact that the process is so difficult means that anyone going through it is prone to make some mistakes. In Brandon, there are some mistakes that are more common… Read More »

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The Four Types Of Alimony In Florida

By Koether Law, P.A. |

Many people have a basic understanding of alimony, but it is still an issue in divorce that is largely misunderstood. Alimony is often one of the most contentious aspects of many divorce cases, but it is also not always awarded. Family law judges will take many different factors into consideration when making decisions on… Read More »

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Co-Parenting Tips When Your Child Lives Out Of State

By Koether Law, P.A. |

People choose to move to another state following divorce for a number of reasons. Some want to move closer to family, while others take a job out of state. Some people simply want to get a fresh start. When a couple divorces and they have children together, the parent that wishes to move must… Read More »

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Tips For Keeping The Cost Of Your Divorce Low

By Koether Law, P.A. |

It is no secret that divorce is expensive. Still, couples can impact the cost of their divorce by making certain choices during the process. For example, when a couple can come to an agreement about the division of property instead of entering litigation, that can help reduce the overall cost of divorce. If you… Read More »

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What Happens If Your Spouse Will Not Sign The Divorce Papers?

By Koether Law, P.A. |

It is never an easy decision to get a divorce but once you make it, you undoubtedly hope you will not face additional problems. When your spouse is being uncooperative and is refusing to sign the divorce papers, it becomes even more frustrating. You are ready to move ahead with the process, and you… Read More »

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Three Reasons You Need A Premarital Agreement

By Koether Law, P.A. |

There has been a significant increase in the number of couples drafting premarital agreements before they get married over recent years. Traditionally, premarital agreements have been seen by marrying couples as romance killers that were nothing more than a plan for divorce. Many people found it very difficult just to broach the subject with… Read More »

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