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Monthly Archives: January 2019


Are Divorcing Spouses Always Responsible for Their Own Attorney’s Fees?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

The legal process of divorce is much more complicated than most couples realize at the outset. Certain forms, completed in particular ways, must be submitted to the court and the other side at prescribed intervals. Missing any of the requirements or filing the wrong documents can delay the completion of the case, or even… Read More »


When Parents Disagree Over Vaccination and other Medical Treatment

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Parents who share child custody generally make decisions with the best interests of their child in mind, but this intent does not mean both parents see eye-to-eye. Countless decisions will have to be made about the child’s wellbeing and development over the years, especially as it concerns the child’s health and medical care. Children,… Read More »


When Death and Divorce Collide

By Donna Hung Law Group |

The complications of divorce are well-known and present, to some degree, in every divorce proceeding. Adding in other obstacles is almost guaranteed to make resolving divorce issues a laborious process. With the increase of divorce among older couples, an occurrence that was once a rarity is now more likely to interrupt the divorce process… Read More »


Understanding the Financial Consequences of Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Divorce affects all areas of each spouse’s life – from where to live to parenting, but one area that is universally affected for all couples is finances. Spouses enter a marriage with clearly identifiable assets and liabilities, but these lines quickly become blurry in many relationships, as the couple starts to accumulate property and… Read More »


Uncontested vs. Contested Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Every divorce is different, including how the couple goes about the legal process of ending the marriage. The nuts and bolts are typically the same – file a petition, perhaps attend a hearing, and wait for the final judgment to be issued. This simple reduction does not reflect the stress and strain divorce brings… Read More »