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What Documents Do You Need for Your Florida Child Support Hearing?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

  If you have been summoned to court for a scheduled child support hearing in Orlando or elsewhere in Florida, you may be wondering what documents you will need to bring to the Department of Revenue (DOR) hearing. DOR hearings, which are held to calculate and enforce a child support order, require a court… Read More »

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Holding Your Ex Accountable for Unpaid Child Support

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Raising a child in a single parent household is challenging on all levels. Children rely on their parents for everything, from providing their daily needs to emotional and financial support, and the demands of single parenthood are high. Trying to meet all these demands without financial contribution from the other parent is almost impossible…. Read More »

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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 »

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Proposed Law Still Permits Harsh Child Support Penalties

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Child support payments are significant and continuing financial obligations that can put a strain on parents struggling to meet their expenses. Few parents deliberately shirk paying this support, but falling behind due to loss of income, injury or illness can be hard to overcome. The Florida Department of Revenue and family court judges have… Read More »

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Resolving Disputes Over Child Support

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Disputes over child-related issues tend to evoke strong emotions, as parents instinctively want to advocate for their child. Child support is particularly prone to pitting parents against one another because of the compounded issues of money and childcare. The financial element of child support can lead parents to become defensive and resentful, which, if… Read More »

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How Courts Handle Child Support

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Parents are generally in favor of supporting their children any way they can, but may also have a reluctance to part with money they do not believe is being spent wisely or see the amount requested as excessive. Trying to pay child support on one income comes with many challenges, and divorced or separated… Read More »