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Is Mediation Mandatory In Florida Divorces?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Mediation is not an uncommon process in Florida divorces and other family law cases. But does Florida law actually require divorcing couples to attend mediation? Or is mediation optional when seeking a divorce in the Sunshine State? Mediation is a process designed to help spouses resolve their disputes through negotiations without any court involvement…. Read More »


What Is Parental Time-Sharing In Florida And How Does It Work?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

When parents seek a divorce in Florida, they must decide who will have custody of the children. If they cannot reach an agreement on their own, they may need the court to decide the child custody arrangement for them. Let’s discuss how parental time-sharing works in Florida. If your divorce involves children, you may… Read More »


What Are The Residency Requirements For A Florida Divorce?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

If you are considering a divorce in the State of Florida, you may wonder if there are any residency requirements you should be aware of. While it is understandable that you probably want to initiate the divorce process as soon as possible, you will have to ensure that you are in compliance with Florida’s… Read More »


What Is An Ex Parte Custody Order In Florida And When Do You Need One?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

It is not uncommon for divorced parents to seek an ex parte custody order when they are concerned about the physical and emotional safety of their children. Below, we will discuss everything you need to know about ex parte custody orders and when it is appropriate to ask the court to issue the order…. Read More »


Can You Modify Or Terminate Permanent Alimony In Florida?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Permanent alimony is financial support paid from one spouse to another after a divorce. Typically, this type of alimony is paid until the death of either spouse or the recipient’s remarriage. In Florida, alimony can be paid in the form of periodic (monthly) payments or a lump-sum payment upon a divorce. If you were… Read More »


How Is Debt Divided In A Florida Divorce?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Division of property and debt often becomes a cause of conflict between divorcing couples, largely because many people do not understand how debt is divided in a Florida divorce. The manner in which debt is divided in your divorce can affect your financial situation and life as a whole for years or decades to… Read More »


What Documents Do I Need To Change After A Divorce?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Divorce can be a tiresome and stressful process for everyone involved. Often, divorcing spouses forget to change important documents following their divorce. Not all documents are updated automatically as soon as your marital status changes. For this reason, it is vital to know what documents you need to change after your divorce is final…. Read More »


4 Options To File An Appeal After A Florida Divorce Is Final

By Donna Hung Law Group |

It is not uncommon for one or both spouses to disagree with the judge’s decision regarding divorce. Most often, when one party believes that their ex-spouse committed fraud or the judge made an error when issuing a decision, they can appeal the divorce judgment in Florida. However, the appeals process is very complicated, which… Read More »

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Welcome Assistant Ashley Hernandez

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Ashley is originally from Bayamon, Puerto Rico and moved to Central Florida while in high school. Ashley obtained her Associate in Arts degree from Valencia College, where she served as a Public Relations Senator in the Student Government Association for two consecutive years. She went on to complete her Bachelor in Arts degree in… Read More »


What Is Wasteful Dissipation Of Marital Assets In A Florida Divorce?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

As you may know, Florida follows the equitable distribution law to divide property in a divorce. It means that all marital property is subject to equitable distribution between the spouses. But what happens when one spouse is wastefully dissipating marital assets before or during the divorce case? Fortunately, if you can prove that your… Read More »