When you begin renting out properties, you most likely know that you may one day need to evict a tenant. However, you may have hoped that this would never happen to you, or you may simply not know enough about eviction protocol and laws. If you are being faced with tenants who are unable or refuse to pay their rent, you will have to deal with evicting them. When you need help going through this process, it is always a good idea to get assistance from a property management lawyer.

When you need legal help in Sarasota and the surrounding areas, get in touch with the team at Kowtko Law Group. Our experienced lawyers have been helping property owners in Florida understand the eviction laws for years, and we can assist you throughout the process of evicting a tenant. Whether you need full legal representation or simple legal counsel, our team can help. In today’s post, we’ll take a look at the eviction moratorium that is in place due to COVID-19 and some other factors to look at throughout the eviction process.



10 Parenting & Co-parenting tips to help divorced parents with the many challenges and difficulties of raising children together after a divorce or separation.

1- Maintain healthy lines of communication with the other parent. Whether it may be via text, telephone, email, or a monitored software, keep these lines open and practice good communication principles with the other parent, such as being courteous, patient, empathetic, and keeping the goal of the conversation in check at all times.

2- Communicate and be consistent about rules as much as possible. Even if your parenting styles differ, try to strive to maintain consistency between homes. Don’t think that by taking away rules the sterner parent has put in place will make your child happier or help you earn “parent points.” This can end up being detrimental to your child's development in the long run.

3- Do not bad-mouth the other parent in front of the children and don’t let them disrespect the other parent when with you. Further, do the best you can to prevent third parties (other family and...