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Should Infidelity Lead to Divorce?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

It’s no surprise that one of the main causes of divorce is infidelity. There’s an unspoken rule in every marriage that the parties are to remain faithful to each other throughout the marriage. One spouse is not allowed to have sex with anyone else—unless, of course, you have an open marriage and you are… Read More »

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Lack of Communication in a Marriage

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Communication is important in any relationship. In fact, the number one cause of divorce is a lack of communication. You and your spouse may come from different backgrounds and have had different experiences, which can make talking difficult. However, a marriage relies on strong emotional and physical bonds, and you can’t have these if… Read More »

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What is a Toxic Relationship?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

We all dream of the ideal relationship with a partner. We all have different likes and dislikes, but many people want a spouse who is fun, easy to talk to and shares their interests. They want someone who loves them for who they are and allows them to be themselves. They want a nice… Read More »

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Maryland Man Gets 20 Years in Prison for Child Porn Charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Living in a society that is highly focused on sex, many Americans enjoy viewing pornographic material. While viewing adult porn may be seen as immoral to some people, it is legal. What is not legal, however, is viewing any type of porn involving minors—children under the age of 18. This does not stop people… Read More »

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Maryland Cyberbullying and Cyberstalking Laws

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

In the past, stalking and bullying someone required being in the physical presence of the victim. This is no longer the case. Advances in technology have made it so a person can now stalk or harass another person from the comfort of their own home. They can use their computer or phone to email… Read More »

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Maryland Woman Sentenced After Embezzling $180,000

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Money is a motivator for most people, and many people will go to great lengths to get ahold of it. Some even create elaborate schemes to deprive their employer of money and put it in their own pockets. This is called embezzlement, and like other forms of theft, it’s a common crime. A Maryland… Read More »

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Maryland Man Pleads Guilty to Child Porn, Photographing Women

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Even though child porn is illegal, it is a crime that is growing in popularity. Because of this and the fact that child porn crimes victimize millions of children, prosecutors punish these crimes harshly. However, this does not always deter people from engaging in these crimes. A Maryland man recently pled guilty to child… Read More »

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Maryland Teacher Faces Drug Possession Charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Teachers have a lot of responsibility. Not only do they help students learn new things about the world around them, but they also must set a good example at all times. Asking a student for prescription drugs because they are curious or have developed a drug addiction is immoral, unethical and also illegal. Prescription… Read More »

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Woman Convicted of Identity Theft Involving Tax Returns

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Identity theft is a huge problem in the United States. People are constantly getting their information compromised by hackers and others who know how to misuse data. This impacts victims in many ways, but those who are caught can also face stiff penalties, depending on the situation. A woman in Maryland helped clients engage… Read More »

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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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