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Maryland Same-Sex Couples Clear to Adopt

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Ever since the Supreme Court decided Obergefell v. Hodges, LGBTQ rights have greatly expanded nationwide.  Following that decision, most states have been quick to confirm that based on the high court’s reasoning, same-sex couples share a universal right to not only marry but also share in the same basic rights as opposite-sex couples. One… Read More »

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Dos and Don’ts of Maryland Prenups

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many people choose to lay out their assets and liabilities before getting married and create a prenuptial agreement. Others may have reasons for creating a postnuptial once already married. These are contractual agreements that help to avoid disputes and fighting later, in the event of a divorce. Not everyone wants to get a prenup,… Read More »

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Protecting Your License Privileges in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

When you lose your license, it can be devastating. It can mean losing your job, not being able to work or pay your bills, and it can destroy your social life. But the good news is, there are usually options for getting your privileges back. In some cases, you might even be able to… Read More »

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Five Reasons Why People Violate Family Court Orders

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

When you’ve just been through a painful divorce or child custody dispute, you may feel a sense of relief knowing that at least there is a final court order outlining both parties’ responsibilities and obligations. It can be nice to finally know that a court has heard the matter and reached a final decision…. Read More »

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DUI on a Boat in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Everyone knows it’s illegal to drive a car drunk, but many people seem to forget about this rule when operating a boat. Some states do not have expressed laws making impaired boating illegal. However, Maryland does. The operator of a watercraft in Maryland can be charged with DUI just the same as when driving… Read More »

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3 Key Steps to Beating a Weapons Charge in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

If you’ve been accused of a weapons crime in Maryland, you need aggressive legal help right away. Gun crimes are very serious offenses, and Maryland has some of the strictest and most prohibitive gun laws in the country. Offenders from more lenient states are often shocked to learn that things which would have been… Read More »

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3 Fantastic Ways Same Sex Marriages Are Helping to Reduce Gender Bias in Family Courts

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Historically, people have long held the belief that men are disadvantaged in divorce court, and perhaps there is some truth to the rumors. According to National Parents Organization in 2015, there is a crisis of judicial bias against men in family courts. There are some reasons for this. First, men were traditionally the primary… Read More »

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5 Things You Should Avoid When Going Through a Child Custody Battle

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

People who are fighting over the custody of children are plagued with stress, anguish, anxiety, and anger. There can be a great deal of resentment and hostility, and the desire to air dirty laundry can be unbearable. With all these emotions, it can be tough to take a deep breath and be mindful of… Read More »

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Retirement Basics for Divorcing Spouses

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

For those preparing to get divorced in Maryland, there are a lot of things to think about. Younger divorcees are usually more worried about custody of small children, income division, and how they will pay the bills once separated. But for more mature couples (those in their 40’s or older), the concerns often shift… Read More »

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Who Pays for a Child’s College Expenses In a Divorce?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

There is no law that requires parents to send their kids to college. Despite news reports about children actually suing their parents for college expenses, the fact remains in most cases, there is no obligation to pay for school beyond high school. Higher education is expensive. While most parents would love to pay their… Read More »

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