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How Do Grandparents Factor into Divorce?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Grandparents play a special role in children’s lives, and often provide a gentle guidance and adoration that parents cannot due to other demands and priorities. When parents divorce, grandparents are among the most closely affected by this decision outside the central family unit, and may have concerns that access to their grandchildren may be… Read More »


Getting a Spouse Out of the House in Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

When couples make the decision to get divorced, one of the first things that often must be negotiated is which one will leave the family home. For understandable reasons, the primary caretaker of the couple’s children will typically end up staying, but without a court order or some other legal mechanism to sever the… Read More »


How to Avoid Lengthy Divorce Mediation

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Resolving outstanding issues in an amicable fashion is one the largest challenges faced by divorcing couples. Traditional litigation is time consuming, expensive and offers little flexibility in the outcome. Another, less contentious option is mediation, a process that gives spouses more autonomy and space to find solutions that work well for their situation. Mediation… Read More »


When Spouses Disagree on the Value of Assets

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Agreeing on the value of a marital asset can provoke a significant amount of conflict between spouses getting divorced. Emotional attachment and differing opinions of financial experts are often the source of these disagreements, which can greatly complicate and affect the ultimate outcome of the case. Without an adequate valuation of assets, structuring a… Read More »


Bringing Outside Financial Experts into Your Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Outside of child custody, one of the most complicated and contentious issues spouses face in divorce is the division of marital assets and liabilities. Florida law requires both parties to submit financial affidavits with the court outlining all property, both separate and joint. Florida follows an equitable division of property rule, and each spouse… Read More »


Mental Capacity and Its Impact on the Divorce Process

By Donna Hung Law Group |

People tend to change over time as life experience and age influences how one sees the world, and these incremental changes can cause couples to grow apart, leading to divorce. The divorce process, with the complications of property division, child custody and support, is already an overwhelming experience, but if concerns about one spouse’s… Read More »


Dividing the Marital Estate When Assets vs Income Is Lopsided

By Donna Hung Law Group |

The longer a couple is married, the harder it typically is to divide property acquired during marriage if divorce becomes a reality. Couples tend to accumulate a wide variety of assets and liabilities over time, but in some relationships, there may be a distinct lack of valuable assets to divide. This situation, while not… Read More »


What Happens to Health Insurance after Divorce?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Paying for health care is a concern for many Americans, and most may not be able to afford necessary treatment without the contribution of health insurance benefits. Most couples place all family members under one policy offered by a spouse’s employer, and the choice is typically driven by the cost and quality of benefits… Read More »


Protecting Your Child from the Negative Effects of Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Children do best when they have the support of two loving parents, but divorce can upend this balance, and leave a child feeling unstable and unsure of his/her place. Divorce is hard on all members of a family, but children are particularly affected due to the difficulty they have understanding the often sudden and… Read More »


A Spouse’s Right to Asset Appreciation of Separate Property in Divorce

By Donna Hung Law Group |

When couples get married, each brings aspects of their single lives into the marriage, including previously-acquired property. Solely-owned assets do not necessarily directly benefit the marriage, but they can become a point of contention when property is divided in divorce. Unless the couples privately agree otherwise, each spouse will walk away with a share… Read More »