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Category Archives: Divorce


Will I Have To Go To Court To Divorce?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Separating and divorcing is not easy. Many find it to be one of the most upsetting periods of their lives and they have a lot of questions about how the process will move forward. If this is true for you, know that you do not have to have all the answers now. Instead, share… Read More »


What About My Unique Needs For My Florida Parenting Plan?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

While there are basics of what should be included in a parenting plan, there are also often specific concerns that need to be reviewed. Taking a full assessment of your parenting priorities now means you can craft a parenting plan that you are comfortable with for years to come. A desire to complete the… Read More »


Betrayal And Emotional Infidelity

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Infidelity and other forms of betrayal have destroyed many marriages. A betrayal is when a person’s confidence or trust is broken or violated, and this can occur when a person is physically or emotionally unfaithful. In some unions, counseling allows the couple to repair trust in their relationship, but others are unable to forgive… Read More »


What If I Can’t Afford Child Support Because I Lost My Job?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

A key aspect of parenting is providing for children. Because of this, there are rules in Florida to ensure that children receive the financial support they need from both parents. Often a primary custodial parent will access funds through child support payments. However, if the paying parent loses their job, it can have a… Read More »


Be Wary Of Your Social Media Activity When Exiting A Marriage

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Many use their social media accounts daily. They use them for work communications, to check in with family members, make plans with friends, and connect with news, activities, and entertainers. While social media posts can be informative and entertaining, active users need to be cautious about their social media activity during a divorce. If… Read More »


Parent Relocation And Your FL Parenting Agreement

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Moving is attractive for a range of reasons at different points in people’s lives. It is possible, following a divorce, that you have been offered a great career opportunity in another city or you would like to move back to your home state to enjoy the company and support of your family members and… Read More »


Supporting Teens When Parents Split Up

By Donna Hung Law Group |

A separation or divorce is difficult for everyone in the family. If you have children, recognize that each age range will process the information in a different way. When you notice your teen distancing themselves from friends and activities they have enjoyed in the past, it may be time to connect with them and… Read More »


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 »