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Monthly Archives: December 2019


A Quick Guide to Child Relocation for the Moving and Non-Moving Parents in Florida

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Florida’s family law courts treat relocation rather seriously. In the Sunshine State, a parent with custody who wants to move a child more than 50 miles away for over 60 days must inform the other parent and obtain consent. If the other parent refused to give his or her consent, the relocating parent must… Read More »


Can You Secure Alimony Payments After the Payer Spouse’s Death?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Alimony payments provide financial support to ensure that the lower-earning spouse can maintain the standard of living established during her or his marriage with the payer spouse. But, as you may know, under Florida’s family law, the higher-earning spouse’s obligation to pay spousal support automatically terminates upon the death of either spouse. Life can… Read More »


What Are You Expected to Do in Florida’s Collaborative Divorce?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Collaborative Law is a trendier, healthier, and cheaper alternative to traditional divorce litigation. While everyone knows that you get more control over your divorce through the collaborative divorce process, people are slightly confused about what is expected of them during this process. Unlike in the traditional divorce trial, where the judge has the authority… Read More »


How Do Domestic Violence Injunctions Protect Victims from Abusers in Florida?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

In Florida, victims of domestic violence can obtain injunctions against their abusers. The word “injunction” refers to a legal order issued by a judge to restrain or prohibit the abuser from engaging in certain behaviors with or toward the petitioner. Domestic violence injunctions are enforceable by police and law enforcement, which means the subject… Read More »