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Category Archives: Divorce

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Reasons For Gray Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Divorce is on the rise for some demographics, and we’re not talking about young people who have only been married for a couple years. We’re talking about couples in their 60s and beyond who have been married for three or four decades. Why would someone divorce after being with the same person for so… Read More »

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Marriage

What To Consider Before Getting Married Again

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

After a divorce, you may be ready to find “The One” again. However, walking down the aisle for a second time comes with many considerations. It’s not as easy this time around. You’re starting out with an ex-spouse, possibly children, financial issues, alimony, and child support. Your spouse-to-be may have the same issues. How… Read More »

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Can Marijuana Use Affect Child Custody?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Marijuana use has been decriminalized and even legalized in some states in recent years. Nowadays, it seems as though almost everyone uses marijuana regularly. If you’re a parent, you may wonder how this affects child custody. If you or the other parent uses marijuana, could either of you lose custody? It will depend on… Read More »

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How A Divorce Can Affect Your Business

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Ending a marriage is no minor matter. A divorce impacts all areas of one’s life—not just marital issues. It affects children, assets, employment, and even a person’s business, if they own one. A divorce can cause a wide range of effects on a business. If you don’t have a prenuptial agreement in place that… Read More »

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Finances

Tips For Financially Providing For Kids On A Single Income

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

When you were married, you probably lived on two incomes. Or maybe you were a stay-at-home parent. Whatever the case, income is something you need to think about in a divorce, especially if there are children involved. If you don’t have a job, now’s the time to get one. Whether or not you have… Read More »

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Dealing With Irreconcilable Differences

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

You can get a divorce without having any real reason. You don’t have to blame the other party. In fact, when most people get divorced, they use “irreconcilable differences” as a reason. This term is used as a catchall for any no-fault reason, but what exactly does it mean? Irreconcilable differences occur when a… Read More »

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Signs You Need Marriage Counseling

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Things have changed in your marriage. After more than a decade of marriage, you and your spouse rarely talk anymore. There is no intimacy. You keep things from each other. Is it time to divorce and move on? Should you try marriage counseling first? Possibly. It can help resolve conflicts and improve your relationship…. Read More »

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Why You Should Look Forward To Single Life

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many people are unhappily married, but they stay in that relationship for one main reason: they’re scared. Being married offers a degree of security, and having to lose that in a divorce can be frightening, to say the least. Being single is pretty much the equivalent of being alone, and nobody wants to be… Read More »

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Should You Get A Pet After Divorce?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Life can be lonely after divorce. You may not be ready to date anytime soon, but you may still want some company. Maybe a pet would help? A dog, cat, bird, or other animal can bring companionship during such a rough time such as a divorce. A dog can help you get exercise and… Read More »

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Impact Of COVID On Marriages

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Depending on what source you read, the COVID-19 pandemic is straining marriages, making them stronger, causing divorce rates to soar, and causing divorce rates to decline. So what’s really going on? How are marriages faring with the lockdown, quarantines, distance learning, remote work, job loss, and possible health issues from the coronavirus? Data and… Read More »

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