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Healing Yourself And Your Family After A Florida Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Ending a union can be complicated. Even when a divorce is amicable, there can be roadblocks when crafting a divorce agreement. And naturally, things become more complex when one spouse is surprised by the divorce announcement and fights the process each step of the way. A divorce that is unwanted can be extremely distressing…. Read More »


Deciding To Pursue A Premarital Agreement Or Not

By Donna Hung Law Group |

A contract between individuals planning to wed, a premarital agreement or prenup is a tool that can help couples set clear guidelines about how finances will be handled should the marriage not last. They can be beneficial in a wide range of situations and are not only for the uber wealthy. Business owners, individuals… Read More »


Coping During An Orlando Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Experiencing negative emotions and high levels of stress is common when a person is in the process of divorcing their spouse. Some are able to compartmentalize their feelings while others have difficulty performing daily tasks. Understanding that support is available can be helpful, along with prioritizing the need to recognize and cope with your… Read More »


What If I Don’t Pay Child Support In Florida?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

If a Florida court ordered you to make regular child support payments, there will be penalties if you do not follow through on this obligation. A late payment will result in a late notice, and if there is no payment following that request, further action could be taken by the state. Consequences can be… Read More »


Changing Your Name When You Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

While not all women take their husband’s last name, it is still a tradition many follow when they get married. If you switched from your maiden name to your spouse’s name, or if you choose to hyphenate your name, you may be considering changing to your maiden name when you divorce. There are many… Read More »


Components To A Strong Support System During A Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

The end of a marriage is upsetting and emotional. Because it is both the beginning of a new journey and the close of a former union, it is a time when it is common for people to reassess their life goals. Divorce is difficult, but when you have a strong support system, it can… Read More »


When Is It Time To Divorce?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Contemplating if you should end a marriage or not for years before moving toward divorce is common. Divorce is a huge, life-altering decision. Many have to spend time thinking about the impact a divorce will have on their families, lifestyle, and financial stability before coming to the conclusion that divorce is the best choice…. Read More »


I Want More Child Support, Is That Possible?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

When you divorce in the state of Florida, all of the marital finances will be assessed. For instance, the income of each parent will be reviewed along with their future earnings, either that are already agreed to in their employment contracts or possible salary increases. Then, monthly child support payments could be established, often… Read More »


3 Steps To Take When Choosing A Florida Divorce Lawyer

By Donna Hung Law Group |

If you have separated and believe your marriage will soon end, it is time for you to begin working with a family lawyer with divorce experience. While you may feel overwhelmed, there are steps that can make the process of choosing an Orlando divorce lawyer easier. Talk to more than one attorney. Before talking… Read More »


Is Proving Paternity Possible If A Father Has Passed?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

If you are interested in accessing paternity information, you are not alone. Many families explore this scientific option. There is an array of reasons to establish paternity, including the desire to answer family health history concerns and to access financial resources. Monetary settlements are often required to ensure a child has the economic security… Read More »