Hung started his legal career as an assistant general counsel for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida (Miami-Dade County) where he was a legal adviser to judges in the probate and civil divisions. He gained invaluable experience working for the court and brings that experience to serve his clients in private practice. After leaving the court system, Hung worked for over a decade with a well respected local firm where he rose from associate attorney to managing partner.
The firm was started with the goal of delivering precise, results-oriented legal services in a cost-effective manner. We strive to deliver the highest level of client service with a no-nonsense approach to legal problems.
The firm focuses its practice on probate, trust & guardianship law, and commercial litigation. Hung frequently lectures in the areas of probate, trust and guardianship litigation. He is actively involved with the Florida Bar's Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section (RPPTL Section) where he serves on the Executive Council and is the current chair of the Guardianship, Power of Attorney, and Advance Directives Committee and is a member of other committees. He received the RPPTL Section's inaugural fellowship for 2008-2010, and also chairs a subcommittee with the Probate Rules Committee.
In addition, Hung is certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a mediator.
In 2016, Jacobeli Behar joined the firm as an associate, primarily handling probate litigation.