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Category Archives: Family Law


Relocating with a Child

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Moving to a new home usually produces competing emotions of nervousness and excitement. Children are especially trepidatious about moving if it means starting a new school. People rarely live in the same home for an extended period of time in today’s world, and moving to a new city or State is much more common… Read More »


Understanding the Financial Consequences of Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Divorce affects all areas of each spouse’s life – from where to live to parenting, but one area that is universally affected for all couples is finances. Spouses enter a marriage with clearly identifiable assets and liabilities, but these lines quickly become blurry in many relationships, as the couple starts to accumulate property and… Read More »


Unique Issues in High Net Worth Divorces

By Donna Hung Law Group |

No couple is entirely immune from divorce, despite perceived advantages of a stable home, economic success, or many years together. These factors can certainly help to sustain a relationship, but dissension can hit even the happiest of couples. Financial stress is known to kill relationships, and out of this fact, the general belief is… Read More »


Do Grandparents Have Any Visitation Rights?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

The effects of divorce extend beyond the central family unit, and grandparents, being the next closest circle for most families, are equally impacted by this decision. While Florida promotes shared parental responsibility between divorced parents and frequent and continuing contact with the child, one parent will inevitably receive more parenting time, and thus, greater… Read More »


Using Electronic Communication to Exercise Parenting Time

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Any divorced or separated parent who shares child custody knows how precious the time with their child is, and that the demands of work, school, and outside activities can make it difficult to exercise parenting time as frequently as the child and parent would like. Having a consistent and meaningful relationship with a child… Read More »


Can Living with Someone Jeopardize Your Alimony?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Divorce is a shock to a person’s finances, and one way some spouses with limited resources bridge the transition into singlehood is through spousal support or alimony. Alimony is, by and large, a temporary, but essential, form of financial assistance that many former spouses need until education and/or more secure employment is obtained. Alimony… Read More »


Challenging a Paternity Claim

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Being a parent is one of the most rewarding experiences a person can have, but it comes with many significant and long-term responsibilities. Consequently, before investing the time and effort into raising a child, a man faced with uncertainty about the parentage of his child may need to initiate a legal challenge to paternity… Read More »


Strategies for Effective Divorce Mediation

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Hammering out the details of divorce is right up there in terms of emotional toll as the end of the marriage itself. However, the possible benefits of private settlement over court intervention are great, especially over the long-term. Mediation is one option divorcing couples frequently seek as an alternative to the highly-adversarial process of… Read More »


Fighting a Contempt Claim in Family Law Cases

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Connections between former spouses can last long beyond the final divorce order. While the marriage may no longer exist, complying with ongoing obligations that require both action and cooperation post-divorce can become strained over time, often due to changes in circumstances for a party, or complications in the relationship between the former spouses …. Read More »


The Danger of Ignoring Divorce Papers

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Divorce is a difficult subject, and hard to accept for many spouses. While most couples have some understanding that the end is nearing, others see one spouse blindsided when divorce papers appear. In addition, spouses who are adamantly against divorce may think that ignoring the entire process will stop the dissolution from happening. This… Read More »