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Changes to Maryland’s Sexual Harassment Laws

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A person typically has to work 40 hours per week. Given that they spend so much time away from home, they should be able to work in an environment that is free of harassment and hostility. However, many are subject to offensive behavior, such as sexually suggestive letters, lewd comments and jokes, sexual anecdotes,… Read More »

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Baltimore Man Indicted for Causing Fentanyl Overdose Death

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Drug possession is a common crime, but that doesn’t make it a minor infraction. Drug crimes, particularly those that involve trafficking, are punished harshly. That’s because drugs are not safe. A person can also face serious penalties when they sell drugs that lead to death. This was the case for a 26-year-old man from… Read More »

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How to Handle a High Asset Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Any type of divorce can be a complicated affair, but a high asset divorce can be especially challenging. High asset divorces are different from the average divorce. Typically, multiple types of assets are involved, and each one can involve hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars. Handling this type of divorce is not… Read More »

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What Not to Do in a Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

If you are considering a divorce, you have probably received a lot of advice as to what you should do. Family and friends may have told you to hire a lawyer, get your financial documents in order and be civil to your spouse throughout the process. While this is good advice, there are some… Read More »

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Maryland Man Convicted of Fentanyl Distribution

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Drug crimes are common in Maryland and other parts of the country. Drug trafficking can net huge sums of money, since people are willing to pay top dollar for certain drugs. Some drug rings can net millions of dollars. A man from Anne Arundel County was recently convicted of conspiring to sell fentanyl, among… Read More »

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Man Charged with Child Sex Abuse After Groping Child on Train

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Abusing a child in any way is never acceptable. However, some adults seem to think it is OK to touch a child in an inappropriate manner. Many children don’t know what to do in these situations, so they allow the abuse to continue. Some older children, however, are proactive and know to contact police… Read More »

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4 Baltimore Women Charged With Shoplifting

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many people view shoplifting as a form of petty theft that should not lead to serious penalties, but when the value of the stolen items exceeds a certain value, the charges can be elevated. Stealing thousands of dollars in merchandise is a lot different than stealing a candy bar. Four women from Baltimore have… Read More »

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Common Marriage Issues After Having Children and How to Avoid Them

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many couples erroneously believe that having a baby will strengthen and resolve their marital issues. While having a baby can be an exciting time for new parents, it’s also one fraught with pressure, even more responsibility and sleepless nights. As a result, couples end up even more stressed out than before. If there were… Read More »

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Common Marital Issues After a Decade of Marriage

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Newlyweds often encounter problems as they adjust to married life and plan their futures together. The infamous seven-year itch often arrives after couples have been married seven years and their happiness with their relationship declines. Many couples believe that once they have been married for 10 years or longer, they’re in the clear. However,… Read More »

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When Unemployment Leads to Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

There are many reasons why a marriage might end. Infidelity, financial problems, domestic violence, substance abuse and personality clashes are just some of them. One common issue that can derail a marriage is unemployment. While almost everyone has experienced some form of unemployment in their lives, many have the motivation to quickly move on… Read More »

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