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Attorney Kristina Feher

Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy is a difficult time emotionally and financially.  You need an experienced St. Pete bankruptcy attorney.

Family Law

Good Family law attorneys know the local court system well and can customize a plan for your unique situation.

Small Business

Starting and running a small business can be fraught with legal issues that require professional attorneys.

Immigration

We handle a wide range of immigration law issues including naturalization, visas, and human trafficking.

About Our Firm

Our firm prides itself on providing the highest quality legal assistance to our clients in St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Tampa and surrounding areas.  Other factors that seperate us from most area law firms:

  • We put our focus on the client.  Our goal is to provide quality customer service to all of our clients.
  • We communicate the issues and challenges of your legal situation in a clear, easy to understand manner and we are there to answer any questions you may have.
  • We maintain a close relationship with our clients and are more accessible than other law firms.
  • We have the local knowledge and experience other firms don’t have.  Kristina Feher, Esq. is local to Tampa Bay and has been practicing here for years.

Our Practice Areas

We specialize in four main categories of legal practice areas: bankruptcy law, family law, small business law and immigration law.

Our practice areas include chapter 7, chapter 11, chapter 13, child support, domestic violence, human trafficking, naturalization, paternity, timesharing and parenting plan issues as well as visas.

For more information about a specific legal issue visit our practice areas page and learn more about why we are uniquely qualified to provide you with the highest quality legal representation in St. Petersburg, Clearwater and Tampa.

  • 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.

  • Divorce

    The first step to finalizing your divorce is to file the paperwork with the Court. This is called the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage.