Your family law attorney should be knowledgeable, passionate, creative, responsive, dependable, and be able to work tenaciously at obtaining the best possible result for his/her clients, and this is precisely the quality of work and representation you will get when you hire our offices. Additionally we put our professional and friendly staff at your service giving you the prompt and personalized service you deserve. The Kowtko Law Group, P.A. combines modern innovation and thinking with classical law in our family law practice areas to bring our clients powerful, efficient, and cost-effective legal representation.
During a divorce having a competent, experienced, responsive, and reliable lawyer by your side can make the difference between getting the most favorable outcome for your case or potentially losing your assets, income, and time with your children.
A paternity case arises when two unwed individuals have a child together and either legal paternity, visitation, or child support need to be established. Our experienced family lawyers are here to help you fight for your rights while protecting your children's best interests.
When an important life change happens such as an offer for a better job, one parent may need to move more than 50 miles away from the other parent. In this case he or she may need to obtain permission from the court by proving that the move is in the best interest of the child, we can help you make your case.
In Florida child support is a right of the children, however establishing and modifying child support can become a complex matter. Our attorneys are very familiar with Florida child support laws and can guide you through this process, ensuring that each parents’ obligation is proper and fulfilled in a timely manner.
It is very important to be properly represented at domestic violence injunctions as accusations or judgments can have a significant impact on your divorce, child custody or paternity case, your employment, and future. Whether the threats are verbal or emotional, judges take these actions very seriously.
Prenuptial agreements are entered into by the parties prior to marriage vows and and post nuptials agreements can be entered int oat any point after the marriage. Both can set forth the rights and obligations of each party in the event of death or divorce, and in some cases, rights and obligations during the marriage.
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