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Can a Married Man Prove That He Is Not the Father of His Wife’s Child?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Disestablishing paternity is always tricky, especially in the state of Florida. Under Florida’s family law, a child born during a marriage is automatically presumed to be the child of the married couple. But what can you do if you are a married man who is not the biological father to your wife’s child? If… Read More »


How Do Florida Courts Handle Out-of-State Divorce Issues?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Getting a divorce is not a decision to be taken lightly, which is why you must consider a variety of factors before filing for divorce. One of the factors is how a Florida court would handle out-of-state issues related to your divorce, including division of property and child support. How does having assets that… Read More »


Child Support Modification: How to Reduce Your Obligation Due to COVID-19?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

As the coronavirus crisis impacted nearly every parent in Florida, many divorced parents with a child support obligation have had difficulties with meeting their obligation due to the pandemic’s significant effects on the economy. Nearly 2 million Floridians have filed unemployment claims from the beginning of the pandemic, and many of these individuals who… Read More »


Why Virtual Parenting Time is Effective in the Coronavirus Era

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Divorced and separated parents in Florida and across the nation are getting used to the new coronavirus reality. Stay-at-home orders, quarantine, closed schools, and the nationwide fear of COVID-19… The coronavirus pandemic has forced parents to alter their usual child custody and visitation schedules and change routines, causing a great deal of stress in… Read More »


When Do Florida Courts Order an Unequal Division of Marital Property?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

In Florida, marital property is equitably distributed between the divorcing parties. However, equitable does not mean equal, which is why family law courts may order an unequal division. All assets and debts that the parties acquire in the course of their marriage are considered “divisible” marital property. Any assets that cannot be classified as… Read More »


5 Tips for Those Who Have ‘Getting Divorced’ As Their New Year’s Resolution for 2020

By Donna Hung Law Group |

As absurd as it may sound, but “getting divorced” is a New Year’s resolution for many unhappily married couples. Why shouldn’t divorce be a New Year’s resolution? After all, resolutions are all about improving your quality of life, just like getting in great shape, losing weight, quitting smoking, and finding a new job. In… Read More »


How to Contest Paternity in Florida

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Florida family law provides a couple of methods for establishing and disestablishing paternity. The man who is married to the child’s mother at the time of birth is presumed to be the father and is automatically granted a father’s parental rights. If an unmarried couple conceives a child, the biological father can acknowledge paternity… Read More »


What Should you tell Your Divorce Lawyer?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

For a majority of people going through a divorce it is a sensitive time. You might feel defensive and want to protect yourself. People often keep various secrets, hide the complete truth or else sidestep certain topics to avoid disclosing particular details to friends and family. It is extremely important to be completely open… Read More »


Strategies to Prevent Difficulties with a Collaborative Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Divorces do not have to be a bitter fight until the end between you and your spouse. In collaborative divorces, husbands and wives can work mutually to put an end to their marriages. Collaborative divorces are supposed to be under somewhat friendly terms by meeting together in a more comfortable and open atmosphere, as… Read More »


Should People Continue to Live Together After Filing for a Divorce?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Regardless of how cordial couples may be, after filing for a divorce there may still be some ill will and discontent from both sides. Divorces tend to have a continuous impact on divorcees emotions as well as their finances. In many cases, couples will fail to think about their living arrangements before filing for… Read More »