Close Menu
Orlando Family & Divorce Lawyer
Call for a Confidential Consultation Hablamos Español

Category Archives: Divorce

Annulment

When Is an Annulment Justified?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Ideally, a couple puts a foundation in place to help a relationship last in the long-term before getting married, but sometimes, after just a few days or weeks, it is clear things will not work. Such a short marriage can be hard to accept, and the obligations of divorce may seem unnecessary and unfair… Read More »

Depressed

Navigating Mental Health Issues in Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

As a large segment of the population in America is entering the last decades of their lives, a notable increase in the rate of divorce among older adults has emerged in recent years. The life stage a person is in at the time of divorce has a distinct effect on the short- and long-… Read More »

DivorceCourt

Dividing a Business Interest in a Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Couples going through a divorce typically expect to have to divide the marital estate, even if they are truly unsure of the nuances involved. While some property is considered non-marital property and, as such, will not be divided between the spouses, other property is considered marital and must be divided according to equitable standards…. Read More »

CoupleArgue

What Does It Mean a Marriage is Irretrievably Broken?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

People are generally familiar with the concept of no-fault divorce, which allows either spouse to file for a dissolution without having to prove the other spouse engaged in certain acts, such as cruelty or abandonment, to justify ending the marriage. In Florida, no-fault divorce means a spouse claims the marriage is irretrievably broken, which… Read More »

ParentPlan

Children, Divorce, and Minimizing the Negative Impact

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Divorce hits everyone hard, but children are especially affected because they do not have the emotional and psychological development to truly process what is happening. To many, divorce feels like abandonment and a message that their world has no stability or security. This can be devastating, and have long-lasting effects on the child’s psyche,… Read More »

Div12

Adultery and Divorce: Does an Affair Matter?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

All relationships require each person to trust that the other has his/her best interests at heart. When this trust is lost, the relationship can no longer function in a healthy or productive way, and with married couples, this often leads to divorce. A spouse can break this trust with many different types of actions,… Read More »

DivorceSummons

Can You Stop a Divorce?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Facing the possibility of divorce is difficult even if both spouses acknowledge the need to end the marriage. Things become infinitely more complicated when one spouse is blindsided by a request for divorce and/or does not want the relationship to end. Divorce is designed to sever a union by separating out pieces of the… Read More »

DivCouple

Can You Ask for Child Support and Alimony without a Divorce?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

All intimate relationships are complicated, and can expect to suffer difficult periods that test the bond between the people involved. Married couples are particularly susceptible to this type of trial, which may require a cooling off period, but not necessarily a divorce. Divorce is a big step that not all couples are ready to… Read More »

DivorceDec

The Consequences of Misconduct during Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Divorce requires rehashing parts of a marriage that are painful to remember, and giving up things and places that held significant value in a spouse’s life. Some spouses become so soured by the experience, and resentful the relationship did not work out as envisioned, that they will take matters into their own hands to… Read More »

Alimony_Rings

Your Right to Access Joint Accounts in Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

By the time divorce becomes an imminent possibility in a marriage, typically, one spouse has spent a good deal of time thinking it. And, in some cases, that spouse may have taken affirmative steps to do something in preparation for his/her post-divorce life. One thing many spouses do is to drain jointly-held financial accounts…. Read More »