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Should You Keep the Marital Home in a Divorce?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Divorces can be contentious. There is often conflict over assets, such as the marital home. It is often that one or both parties may feel an emotional attachment to it. This is especially true if children are involved and one spouse wants to stay with the kids to create a sense of stability. You… Read More »

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Managing Finances After Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many people are unhappy with their marriages but are afraid to file for divorce because of one main reason: finances. The thought of surviving on your own with just one income can be scary. If you only work part-time or don’t have a job at all, it can be even more frightening to think… Read More »

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How Can a Parent Lose Custody of Their Child?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

For the most part, children fare better when both parents are involved in their lives. Therefore, Florida and other states often default to shared joint custody in the event of a divorce. However, custody decisions are not always permanent. Things can happen that can cause either parent to lose custody down the road. Child… Read More »

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How to Reinvent Yourself After a Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Divorce is a stressful situation that nobody plans for when they get married. However, things often change over time. People change and develop new interests. Couples grow apart. Over time, people decide they no longer want to spend the rest of their lives with the ones they married. This may happen early on in… Read More »

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Dating After Divorce: What You Need to Know

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Divorce can be scary. Do you know what can be even scarier? Dating after divorce. After being with the same person for possibly several decades, you may not even remember what it was like to date someone. You may have forgotten about those first date jitters or the butterflies you felt when you were… Read More »

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Maryland Men Accused of Stealing Scrap Metal Worth $425,000

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Theft is a common crime. It can be easy to take someone else’s money or personal belongings and claim them as your own. While many people take small items, some people go big and steal hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of stuff. They may even take enough stuff to fill large cargo containers…. Read More »

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Using Apps to Help With Child Custody

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Divorced and need help dealing with child custody issues? There’s an app for that. If you need help with issues after a divorce, you can likely find the answer you seek, thanks to technology. Child custody issues are often complicated, as you’re dealing with your ex-spouse. If it was so easy to deal with… Read More »

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Former NFL Player From Maryland Charged With Drug Possession

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Drugs have become a part of society, even though people know that using them, selling them or having them in their possession is wrong. Not only can recreational drugs land someone in legal hot water, but so can prescription drugs. A person using medications that are not prescribed to them can face drug possession… Read More »

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Maryland Teacher Faces Assault Charges for Fighting With Student

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A physical altercation can happen anywhere. Harsh words can escalate into a fight and involve pushing, punching and kicking. This is called assault, and it tends to happen when alcohol is involved, such as at bars or sporting events. It can also happen at a person’s home, in a domestic violence dispute. Assault can… Read More »

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Risk of Divorce Based on Years of Marriage

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Some couples are married until death do them part. Others call it quits after a year of marriage. Some stick it out for five years. Many get the “seven year itch” and become less and less satisfied with marriage. Some are married for 20 or 30 years before divorcing in their retirement years. The… Read More »

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