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Category Archives: Divorce

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Should I Get a Prenuptial Agreement?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

When you think of prenuptial agreements, you may think of documents for rich people and celebrities. But the truth is that anyone can have a prenup drafted before marriage. In fact, Laura Wassner, a divorce attorney for celebrities, says that everyone who gets married should have one. A prenuptial agreement can not only protect… Read More »

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How One Question Can Save Your Marriage

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Marriages have ups and downs. Couples struggle with many issues, such as child rearing, finances, job loss, health issues, communication problems, addictions, trust issues and infidelity. Some couples simply grow apart over time. They may not spend time with each other any more. They may not even talk to each other. They may even… Read More »

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Tips for Better Communication in a Marriage

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

It’s no surprise that a marriage can’t thrive without effective communication. If you and your spouse can’t talk to each other in a thoughtful way, then your relationship is likely doomed. Many couples fight on a regular basis, and these arguments, even if they are small ones, build up over time. They lead to… Read More »

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Name Change After Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

If you’re a woman going through a divorce, you are likely dealing with issues regarding property division, child support and child custody. You may be wondering whether or not you should keep the marital home. One other concern that you might have, but may not seem as important, is changing your name. You can… Read More »

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Divorce During Pregnancy

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

If you’re struggling to save your marriage, you may be ready to throw in the towel. But what if you’re pregnant? Will you be allowed to get a divorce while you’re with child, or will you have to endure another nine months—or more—of emotional or physical torture? The good news is that you can… Read More »

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What Happens to an Inheritance in a Divorce?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

In a Maryland divorce, all marital assets are subject to division. When you think of dividing assets, you may think of the marital home, cars, heirlooms, collectibles, furniture, artwork and, of course, money and financial accounts. But what if you inherited a large sum of money during your marriage? Would you have to split… Read More »

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When to Seek Marriage Counseling

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Every couple who walks down the aisle has dreams of living happily ever after. However, life often has other plans. People change. Some grow up, while others don’t. Some develop addictions or abuse their spouses. They lie to their partners. They don’t want to put any effort into their marriages. When this happens, a… Read More »

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Can I Still Receive Child Support if the Parent is in Jail?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

You are divorced and receiving child support from the non-custodial parent. The parent is then convicted of a crime and must spend several years in jail. So what happens to your child support payments now? Is the parent still obligated to pay? It depends on the parent’s financial situation. If the person has income… Read More »

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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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