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My ex-spouse/other parent and I have a final judgment and he or she is not complying? What can I do in Florida?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Well, it depends on what he or she is not complying with. You may be able to file a motion for contempt and/or enforcement if a person is not paying the support ordered or they are not abiding by the time sharing schedule. Contempt is a legal term meaning a refusal to obey a… Read More »

I’ve been served in a Florida case? What do I do now?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

If you are served, you should seek the advice of an attorney immediately. You only have 20 days from the date you are served to file an answer to the court. Otherwise, your spouse or the other parent may obtain a default judgment against you. Even if the default judgment is entered against you,… Read More »

Will my spouse have to pay my attorney’s fees and costs in Florida?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Maybe the court looks at the need of the spouse requesting fees and the ability to pay of the spouse that would be ordered to pay fees in determining if reasonable fees and costs are to be awarded.

Why should I hire your firm for my Florida divorce or paternity case?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Well, we genuinely care about our clients and have several years of experience representing both men and women in family law cases I personally have prosecuted and defended domestic violence cases which are commonly intertwined with divorce and paternity cases. Our clients will tell you that our firm is compassionate, that we maintain constant… Read More »

Why do I have to give you all of these financial disclosures in my Florida case?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

The documents are required by Family Law Rules of Procedure 12.285. The court needs to accurately determine everyone’s finances for their particular case.

Why do I have to fill out a questionnaire before being interviewed by a prospective attorney? It makes me uncomfortable.

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Because the information is necessary to effectively determine the important facts of your case, identify issues, goals and discuss likely outcomes.

What is the process and timeline of a divorce or paternity case in Florida?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

First one party will file a petition to determine paternity or a petition for dissolution of marriage. The other party will then file an answer and counter-petition. Shortly thereafter, the parties will exchange financial documents and attend mediation. If the parties are unable to come to an agreement at mediation, then the parties will… Read More »

What is an uncontested divorce in Florida?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

This is when two spouses agree on all issues in their case. This can include how assets and liabilities are divided, alimony, child support and a parenting plan just to name a few. This is a great way to settle your case in lieu of litigation.

What is a marital settlement agreement in a divorce in Florida?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Speaker 1: A marital settlement agreement in a divorce in Florida is a contract between two spouses which addresses who is going to receive certain assets and liabilities. It may also include details on alimony, child support, and a parenting plan if there are minor children of the parties. The marital settlement agreement is… Read More »

What can I expect at an initial interview with an attorney?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

You can expect to discuss the important facts of your case with the attorney, ask questions, determine strategy, and receive options and opinions based on the information you provide.