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What to Expect at a Domestic Violence Injunction Hearing

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Incidents of domestic violence occur in this country every day, and getting out of these dangerous situations may feel overwhelming and practically impossible. Resources do exist that provide support and assistance to domestic violence victims, so they have options to leave their home situation without ending up on the streets. The law also seeks… Read More »


Rules for Child Passports When Custody Is Shared

By Donna Hung Law Group |

One of the greatest technological advancements of the modern age is the ease of travel across the world. Getting on a plane and landing in another hemisphere or continent is not the daunting task it was just 100 years ago. The modern ease of travel means people are more willing to relocate and visit… Read More »


Deciding and Allocating Extracurricular Activities Post-Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Children today are expected, and some demand, to be involved in a number of extracurricular activities. These endeavors are tied to better sociability, self-esteem, and overall development into a productive adult. Coordinating work, school, and after-school activities as an intact couple is challenging for all parents, logistically and financially. These challenges are even greater… Read More »


Expunging vs. Sealing Your Criminal Record

By Donna Hung Law Group |

No one is perfect, and part of being human is making mistakes. However, some mistakes, especially those that result in a criminal conviction, can haunt a person for the rest of his/her life. Denial of employment, licensure, places to live, and access to one’s child are all possible repercussions of having a criminal record…. Read More »


An Unwed Father’s Rights to His Child

By Donna Hung Law Group |

The birth of a new baby is a cause for celebration for most couples, with both parents present, invested, and engaged in the new child’s life. For unmarried fathers, this celebration may be short-lived, or may not occur at all because under Florida paternity law, the unmarried father has no official right to see… Read More »


Child Custody Across Borders

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Negotiating child custody is fraught with opportunities for disagreement and conflict. The farther apart parents live, the more likely they will come to odds over where the child should spend the majority of his/her time. When disputes over the terms of child custody, or the enforcement of a standing order, arise, and parents live… Read More »


Coping with Parental Alienation in Shared Custody

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Children almost always benefit from having active and consistent involvement from both parents. To facilitate this dynamic when child custody is shared, both parents must be willing to work together to encourage and foster the relationship with the other parent. Parents that badmouth a former spouse in the front of their child are known… Read More »


Temporary Relief While a Divorce Is Pending

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Divorces take at least a few months to complete, and this timeline assumes the parties are pretty much in agreement about all the issues. If conflict exists, the amount of time needed to finish the process could be considerably longer. However, most couples want to start untangling their collective lives as soon as the… Read More »


Locating a Parent Delinquent on Child Support

By Donna Hung Law Group |

The practical realities of child custody mean one parent will inevitably be the primary caretaker for the child, and exercise a greater amount of the parenting time. All parents know how expensive it is to raise a child, and how critical regular child support payments are to fully meeting a child’s needs. However, while… Read More »


How Do Grandparents Factor into Divorce?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Grandparents play a special role in children’s lives, and often provide a gentle guidance and adoration that parents cannot due to other demands and priorities. When parents divorce, grandparents are among the most closely affected by this decision outside the central family unit, and may have concerns that access to their grandchildren may be… Read More »