Family lawyer, family attorney, family law firm, criminal lawyer, Sarasota County, Bradenton, Desoto, Pinellas, Manatee County, Florida.

1800 2nd Street, Suite 882, Sarasota, Florida 34236
Phone: 941-227-4945 | Hours: Mon - Fri 9am to 5pm

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When an individual in a marital relationship considers dissolution of his/her marriage, it is a decision that is often accompanied by stress and emotional turmoil. Our office understands this is highly emotional time in our client’s life, and our divorce lawyer will customize our representation and develop a case strategy principled on your and your family’s needs and expectations. Contact our office to find out your rights.

Divorce cases often become highly complex, legally and emotionally which can often lead to a less favorable outcome; therefore, competent representation may lead to a more advantageous result in your dissolution case. From highly complex to simple divorces, our firm is ready and prepared to provide you the high quality representation you need and deserve.

 The Kowtko Law Group, P.A.  is a family firm that has a strong focus on each client's individual experience in family law matters. We recognize that each divorce situation is different, requiring a dynamic, ever-changing approach to continually meet a client's needs. A divorce attorney should work hard to provide the highest level of service, which is precisely what you will get from attorney W. Matthew Kowtko, Esq.

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       Common points of contention in a divorce may include, but are not limited to:    Real estate, child custody issues, child support,  alimony or spousal support, division of assets, division of debt, retirement accounts...

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Florida law proscribes that marital property (usually property earned or purchased during the marriage) be split evenly between the two parties. This typically means assets...

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While it is always preferable for
the parties to collaboratively resolve divorce issues, many cases require litigation. Litigation often requires the parties to hire outside professionals to present to the Court...

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Florida permits, in some circumstances, five different types of alimony:
bridge-the-gap, rehabilitative, durational, temporary and permanent. The amount of alimony that one spouse may be entitled...

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Many times reaching a settlement to complex family cases may require for both parties to receive thorough legal advice. Many of the terrible stories people have heard about divorces...

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Collaborative divorce is where the parties work together and make a fair and honest team effort to resolve all of the financial and parental (if applicable) issues without relying or turning to the Court.

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