Welcome to Feher Law, P.L.L.C.
One day while sitting in a courtroom watching a person represent themselves, Kristina Feher realized that every profession should focus on what they are good at. Like many busy people, we are often pulled in too many directions. In one moment, a lawsuit can turn your world upside down. Kristina realized the need for a solution to keep from everything falling apart. That’s where we come in….
Our firm focuses on your case so you can focus on whatever else you need to focus on – family, work, health. We prioritize court appearances, to-do lists, and keep our clients in the know and on their path to achieving their goals. With a practical approach and realistic fee options, we provide results so you can spend more time with family and friends and less time in a courtroom.
Our mission is simple: to create an approach for your legal case that is efficient and practical, just like we are.
OUR PRACTICE AREAS
Our boutique firm practice in the areas of bankruptcy law, family law, and small business law.
Our practice areas include:
- Chapter 7
- Chapter 11
- Chapter 13
- Family Law
- Child Support
- Timesharing and Parenting Plan issues
For more information about a specific legal issue visit our practice areas pages and learn more about why we are uniquely qualified to provide you with the highest quality legal representation in St. Petersburg, Clearwater and Tampa.
Our approach with our clients is authentic.
Feher Law looks after the needs of debtors, spouses, parents, and business owners. We bring a lot of smarts and experience to that task.
Here is a snapshot of what we do:
CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY
In a Chapter 7, Debtors are permitted to retain certain “exempt” property, while the remaining assets are liquidated by the trustee.
CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY
Chapter 11 allows corporations, partnerships, and certain individuals to reorganize without having to liquidate all assets.
CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY
Chapter 13 is designed for individuals with regular income to repay a portion or all of their debt over an extended period of time.
Good Family law attorneys know the local court system well and can customize a plan for your unique situation.
The first step to finalizing your divorce is to file the paperwork with the Court. This is called the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage.