What can I do for you?

My name is Kristina Feher and I am the Managing Member of Feher Law. People often ask me, what do I do?  Simply put, I help clients resolve their family law and financial issues.  I do this by advocating for my clients, educating them on the law, and using alternative methods to achieve their goals. Some examples include:

  • I am a Collaborative Law Trained Professional. Collaborative Law is a process through which parties use mediation and negotiations to settle their divorce outside of the courtroom. Collaborative Law helps reduce tension regarding divorce and helps clients focus on resolving matters in a positive environment.
  • My practice is Mediation focused. In my experience, mediation is the best opportunity for clients to resolve their family law disputes themselves. Mediation is a process where the parties use a neutral third party (a mediator) to come to an agreement. The use of a strong mediator, familiar with family law issues, is an important piece of the puzzle. An attorney who serves as a mediator in a successful mediation can help the parties save thousands down the road.
  • Feher Law hosts a monthly bankruptcy clinic for low-income individuals. The BK in a Day Program provides a reduced fee bankruptcy. The program addresses concerns for low-income individuals, such as taking time off work and multiple trips to an attorney’s office, by helping clients complete their bankruptcy process all in a day.
  • Feher Law also provides services to small business clients. Small businesses are what make St. Petersburg unique. We help clients who have a vision bring their business entity and structure to life. We help clients who have a dispute with a vendor, supplier, or client resolve those matters. We help clients understand their options if the financial burden becomes too much. We support small businesses and we understand them.

If you want to know more about what Feher Law can do for you, please contact our office at 727-359-0367, or visit our website at www.FeherLaw.com.  We are here to work for you.

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