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Kristina E. Feher

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Last updated: 8/14/2014
Ms. Kristina Elizabeth Feher
Attorney practicing 3 years or more -- Section: Young Lawyers Section
Professional Information
Feher Law
Managing Member
P.O. Box 55626
St Petersburg
33732  United States
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727 359-0367 (Phone)
727 359-0368 (Fax)
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Private Firm - Partner
Personal Information
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  Thomas M. Cooley Law School
  January 2007
  Barry University
  B.S. Criminology, with Honors
  May 2002
Additional Information
I received my J.D. from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan. While in school in Michigan, I worked for an entertainment agency where I handled contract drafting and negotiations. I moved back to the St. Pete area in the fall of 2006, and I completed an internship with Lopez & Kelly, P.A. in Tampa. I also worked for an insurance defense and litigation firm and then a nationwide law firm where I handled foreclosure defense, bankruptcy, immigration, and divorce cases.

I have opened Feher Law, and my primary focus of work is bankruptcy work, however, I also handle divorce, small business, and immigration cases.
Social/Volunteer Organizations
I am an active member of the Young Lawyers' Division. I donate my hair to Locks of Love. I am also involved with the Alpha Phi alumnae Chapter of Tampa Bay. I volunteer at the Divorce and Bankruptcy clinics for Community Law Program.
More Information
I am a native to the St. Petersburg area. I graduated from the Center for Advanced Technologies at Lakedwood High School. I received my B.S. in Criminology from Barry University in Miami, FL. In addition to starting my own firm, I am currently doing pro bono work for FASH - Florida Attorneys Savings Homes, a foreclosure program of the Florida Bar, Florida Bar Foundation, and Florida Legal Services.
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