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Challenging a Prenuptial Agreement

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Taking the time to make a comprehensive review of finances before marriage is a safe and smart step to warding off future sources of disagreement. If a couple decides to tackle this issue in the event of a divorce, they would formalize the terms in a document called a prenuptial agreement. While contemplating the… Read More »


Formulating a Parenting Plan for Child Custody

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Couples, with children, who divorce or separate often make a greater effort to fix their relationship because they realize how difficult it is for children to deal with broken homes. However, once the decision to divorce is made, the complicated process of figuring out child custody arrangements begins. In Florida, how parents will share… Read More »


Basics of a Florida Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

When someone takes the final step and decides to file for divorce, he/she frequently wants to start the process as soon as possible so the transition to the next stage of life can begin. Wanting to get a running start on initiating the legalities of divorce is understandable given how painful and difficult this… Read More »


How Courts Handle Child Support

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Parents are generally in favor of supporting their children any way they can, but may also have a reluctance to part with money they do not believe is being spent wisely or see the amount requested as excessive. Trying to pay child support on one income comes with many challenges, and divorced or separated… Read More »


Addressing All Your Mediation Needs

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Family law cases unavoidably involve sensitive and personal issues that may seem impossible to resolve in an amicable or civil manner. Traditional litigation does offer the advantage of handing the dispute to a judge to decide the outcome, but it also brings the negatives of impersonal resolutions and opening the details of one’s private… Read More »


Relocating with a Child after Divorce or Paternity Case

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Children generally need time to adjust to the changes that come with divorce or paternity separation, especially if relocation is necessary. It can be confusing and destabilizing, especially for young children, to rotate between living with both parents, but in separate households. Maintaining consistent contact and face-to-face time with both parents is an important… Read More »


How to Approach Divorce in Relationships with Domestic Violence

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Bringing up the subject of divorce rarely provokes a positive reaction in the other spouse, but mentioning divorce to a spouse with a history of domestic violence can prove deadly for the victim. Escaping a marriage with domestic violence presents unique challenges that must be addressed to ensure the victimized spouse can safely leave…. Read More »


The Mediation Option in Family Law Disputes

By Donna Hung Law Group |

When someone has a legal dispute, going to court is the first method that comes to mind for many people, but other dispute resolution processes exist that allow the parties to settle their differences in a calmer or more cooperative atmosphere. Mediation is a method that is often recommended to resolve family-related legal issues…. Read More »


New Law Will Standardize Parenting Plans, But Does One Option Fit All Families?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Nothing is more important to parents than providing for and taking care of their child. Parents are quite willing to make a number of sacrifices for the sake of their child, but divorce or separation can challenge a parent’s ability to do his/her best. Figuring out a time-sharing schedule and parenting plan that will… Read More »


What Happens When a Domestic Violence Report Is Made?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Standing up to domestic violence is no small task, and requires victims to display bravery and determination to escape the constant threat of harm. The desire to obtain a divorce, and concerns about securing child custody, can serve as motivation to take the confrontational step of reporting an abusive episode to the police. Getting… Read More »