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Category Archives: Child Custody

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5 Amazing Apps to Help With Divorce and Joint Parenting

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The 21st century is well underway, and smartphone apps are perhaps one of the most ubiquitous and advantageous creations of our generation. They bring us the news, the weather, social connections, email, and even a thousand different ways to take a picture. In recent years, companies have been adding new and unique ways for… Read More »

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10 Common Child Custody Questions Explained

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

When you are facing a child custody dispute, it can be heartbreaking and stressful. There are so many questions to answer and so many ways things can go wrong. Here at the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, P.A., we want you to be fully informed so you can make the best decision for… Read More »

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5 Tips to Get Kids Ready for School After a Summer Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many people choose to plan their divorces for summer, because the kids are out of school. There can be a lot of reasons why this makes sense for some people, but the fallout the next school year can be tough. Here are some simple steps that can help you get your children ready for… 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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When Your Ex Takes the Kids Out of State

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

It’s a common situation: parents breakup and one of them leaves Maryland with the children. Depending on the circumstances, this can be a terrifying situation for the parent who remains in the state. After all, will Maryland law protect your right to see your kids?  Will you be able to see your kids, or… Read More »

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Served With Civil Contempt Summons: What’s Next?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

When you go through a divorce or child custody dispute in Maryland, a judge will supervise the process, making sure that both sides are following the rules. The judge has broad discretion to make determinations and render “orders,” which are legal documents that must be followed. For the most part, people generally obey court… Read More »

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Modifications of Court Orders – Relocation

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

It’s fair to say that no one in their right mind wants to go through a lengthy divorce proceeding. There’s simply nothing fun about that process for those involved. Aside from deciding highly complex and emotional issues like child support, child custody, the division of assets, and spousal support, there’s also the specter of… Read More »

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10 Things You Need to Put in Your Child Custody Arrangement

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

When parents disagree, it sometimes means divorce or separation. When children are involved, this means you typically have two people who love them but cannot raise them while living together. Thus, the law must act to protect the children and ensure that their best interests are put first. The best case scenario is generally… Read More »

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The Difference Between Legal and Physical Custody Laws in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

One of the most difficult decisions a separating couple must make is deciding who will get physical custody of the children and who will have legal custody to make decisions for the children. Maryland law does not favor either the mother or father and presumes each natural parent is also the natural custodian of… Read More »

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Defining the “Best Interests of the Child” Standard

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Determining child custody is a multi-faceted area with many factors to consider. However, the main issue courts consider when determining child custody is the best interest of the child. There are many factors the court will look at in deciding what is in the best interest of the child and no one single factor… Read More »

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