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How to Lower Your Child Support Legally

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many parents with child support obligations lament the heavy price they pay each month, while still struggling to make ends meet. No doubt, child support can be a big bill, especially when there are multiple children to care for. Fortunately, there are often legal ways to reduce child support payments. An attorney from the… Read More »

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How to Lower Your Child Support Legally

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many parents with child support obligations lament the heavy price they pay each month, while still struggling to make ends meet. No doubt, child support can be a big bill, especially when there are multiple children to care for. Fortunately, there are often legal ways to reduce child support payments. An attorney from the… Read More »

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When Is it Possible to Seek Modification of Child Support?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

One thing is certain: life changes. If you’ve been through a divorce or child custody battle at some point, then at some point you’ve probably wondered if it’s worth trying to modify child support obligations. Whether you are receiving support or paying it, this questions comes up a lot. In general, people struggle to… 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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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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Help, I Can’t Afford Child Support Payments

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

In Maryland, a court can order spouses to pay child support and alimony, and it can order a party to divide personal property and assets. While giving up money and property is tough, child support can be one of the hardest obligations to maintain. This is not always because the person doesn’t care or… Read More »

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When Can I Get My Child Support Payments Changed?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Child support is ordered by a court in order to provide for the comfort, care, and financial support of minor children. It is a statutory calculation, based on the relative income and means of the parties, along with a number of other relevant factors. A court will generally only entertain petitions to modify child… Read More »

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Finding answers to questions about child support payments

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Child support orders are something that goes along with child custody orders. If you have a child who doesn’t live with you, chances are good that there is a child support order relating to the child. While many parents know that child support is an important court order, other parents seem to think that… Read More »

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What should I know about child support in Maryland?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Paying child support is something that parents must take very seriously. Maryland laws have set up a system to help ensure that children are financially supported by both parents. This is crucial because as any parent knows, it isn’t cheap to raise a child. Who is responsible for paying child support? Child support orders… Read More »

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Bankruptcy doesn’t erase past-due child support

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Child support payments are crucial to the parents who count on them to pay for the things their child needs. It is understandable that some parents who pay child support might not always be able to keep up with the payments. Still, those parents should consider child support as a priority expense since the… Read More »

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