Monday, October 16, 2017

Judge Ye Not.

You may be familiar with that beginning of a Biblical phrase.  In today’s world when a judge renders a decision in family court, the final outcome may still have room for modification.  If your life changes after a divorce decree in the state of Florida you can seek to modify the final judgement to reflect those changes.

There are many possibilities including illness, loss of income, or a required relocation.  Some changes in your life may inhibit your ability to pay the full child support that you were ordered to pay when the decision was rendered.  On the other side of the coin, if a former spouse has received a large inheritance then your burden may be reduced.

When a family court judge makes a decision on a divorce case that does not necessarily mean “in perpetuity”.  Discover your rights to modify a divorce decree from veteran St. Petersburg family lawyers Nat Kidder and Bill Bennett.  They will represent you in Florida family court to fight for your financial rights.  Call the office of Kidder and Bennett today at (727) 821-8000.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Heroes vs. Villains Halloween Party

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"Enjoy cocktail and foodie specials oozing with deliciousness while you dance the night away along with our Mr. Fantastic DJ"







Sunday, October 8, 2017

Help is Truly on the Way.

Children and the elderly are easy targets for predators.  Even well-meaning care givers make unintentional mistakes that lead to injury or worse to a loved one.  Children may be treated harshly at a daycare center.  And mom may not get the proper attention at an elderly care facility in Florida.

This door swings in both directions.  You may have been entrusted to care for a child or a senior citizen and inadvertently caused harm to come to them.  Those charges could be completely erroneous and you were only trying to do the right thing.  You may have even thought that you were dealing with a competent adult when, in fact it was someone suffering from dementia.

These accusations can alter your life for many years to come.  If you have been charged with abusing a child or a senior citizen take action immediately!  Call St. Petersburg elderly and child abuse attorneys Nat Kidder and Bill Bennett.  They will put their half-century of combined experience toward your aggressive defense.  Call today (727) 821-8000.

Gateways to the Caribbean: Mapping the Florida-Cuba Connection

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Date(s): July 19, 2017 - January 28, 2018

Hours: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Friday, September 15, 2017

Give It Up for the Kids.

Yes indeed, that new generation born in this century called the Centennials need a “hand up” just like every generation before them.  Is it your responsibility to provide for them?  If so, then how much?  This is an argument that has been going back and forth for generations.  If there is a divorce then how much child support is due and by whom?

You not only need to be prepared during the divorce proceedings, but if one of the parents refuses to pay their fair share then someone needs to pursue them to abide by the judgment of the family court.  The object, of course, is to raise healthy, well-adjusted children to adulthood who have been jolted by a family break-up.

None of this is easy…ALL of it is necessary!  No matter what side of the issue you are on a Pinellas County judge has made his or her ruling and you have to abide by it.  That is why you seek the counsel of St. Petersburg child custody attorneys, Nat Kidder and Bill Bennett.  They will guide you through the slippery slopes of this process.  Call the office of Kidder and Bennett to arrange a meeting at (727) 821-8000.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Don't Miss Brad Paisley in Tampa, Saturday Sept. 16th

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Don't miss it!  The 2017 Country Megaticket Presented by Hooters: Brad Paisley in Tampa
Saturday, September 16th 



Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Appealing to a Higher Court.

Remember, you did this when you were a kid.  When mom said no you asked dad.  Well, the stakes are much higher now.  If you or a loved one has been convicted of a crime you may have the right to appeal to a higher court.  The appellate process allows you to have your case reviewed by a higher court when a lawyer or judge has made a legal error.

This takes a very experienced and aggressive attorney to argue on your behalf.  The appellate judge will NOT receive new information.  They will, however, carefully consider the record of the trial in which you were convicted.  We hear about it all the time.  An unjust criminal conviction alters lives!

This is where the experienced, aggressive council comes in.  Nat Kidder and Bill Bennett have a combined half-century of experience arguing in these proceedings.  Kidder and Bennett are experienced appellate attorneys in St. Petersburg Florida and throughout the state.  Don’t accept your fate!  Call the law firm of Kidder and Bennett at (727) 821-8000.