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Figuring Out How to Divide Credit Card Debt during Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

One of the hardest parts of any divorce is settling which spouse should be responsible for debt. Some financial obligations are easier to address, such as the marital home, which can be sold if necessary to get rid of a large mortgage, but other obligations, credit card debt especially, can lead to heated disputes…. Read More »


Determining When a Court Can Issue or Modify a Child Custody Order

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Going through a divorce or breakup is hard enough by itself, but when child custody concerns are thrown into the mix, the situation can quickly turn complicated and messy. This is especially true if one parent recently moved to another state or divorce/custody petitions were initiated by each party in separate courts. A court’s… Read More »


How a Court Decides Whether to Modify Alimony

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Alimony is a touchy subject for couples getting divorced, and is often a highly-disputed issue in the divorce case, assuming it was not earlier addressed in any prenuptial agreement. There is no set formula for how much support one party would need to pay the other, leaving courts with wide discretion over determining the… Read More »


Opening a Spouse’s Mail or Email during Divorce – Is this a Good Idea?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

The circumstances leading up to a divorce are often long-festering and painful issues that come to a head after years of build-up. Once the decision to divorce is made and communicated, lingering resentment, possibly withheld to keep the peace, is likely to come out as each spouse adjusts to the new reality. Feelings of… Read More »


Property Division in Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Figuring out finances after divorce is one of the most challenging parts of this life transition. Couples often spend years building up assets and financial security, but this arrangement no longer applies once the marriage ends. Determining how to divide property in a divorce is a crucial matter, and one that is prone to… Read More »


Sharing Joint Custody with an Attacker

By Donna Hung Law Group |

When a woman finds out she is pregnant it should be a joyous occasion, and witnessed by the excited father-to-be. Unfortunately, a woman’s ability to choose pregnancy when she is ready for the responsibility of a child is not always a given, but most willingly take up the duties of parenthood nonetheless. If the… Read More »


What Are Your Options if the Other Parent Abducts Your Child?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Issues involving child custody understandably provoke a lot of emotion for a parent that can sometimes lead a person to make irrational decisions out of fear and frustration. The possibility that the other parent could abduct one’s child is the fear of every single and divorced parent, and while rare, it does happen in… Read More »


Parental Alienation Syndrome Allegations and Child Custody Decisions

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Sharing custody of a child is rarely easy, and conflict is almost guaranteed to occur at some point. Parents in healthy relationships are bound to disagree, and trying to find common ground when divorced or separated brings additional obstacles. Most parents realize the importance to the child of maintaining close ties to both parents,… Read More »


Resolving Disputes Over Child Support

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Disputes over child-related issues tend to evoke strong emotions, as parents instinctively want to advocate for their child. Child support is particularly prone to pitting parents against one another because of the compounded issues of money and childcare. The financial element of child support can lead parents to become defensive and resentful, which, if… Read More »


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 »