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Category Archives: Divorce

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Divorce Trends For 2022

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The coronavirus has been around in the United States for almost two years now and it’s still affecting everyday life. Businesses have shut down. Many have lost their jobs. Some schools are still in the throes of distance learning. People have to wear masks and quarantine. Many people have lost their lives due to… Read More »

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Protecting Your Finances Before Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Unfortunately, when a couple decides to divorce, there is often one person who is clueless about finances. They may not have paid the bills during the marriage. They may not know what accounts they have as a couple. They might not know anything about the mortgage, car payments, utilities, and other bills. They may… Read More »

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When Age Gaps Lead To Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

They say that age is nothing but a number. But is that really true when you’re married? Nobody bats an eye when a couple has an age gap of 2-3 years. But when that age gap increases to 15-20 years or more, people start talking. While it’s easy to see why a 40-year-old man… Read More »

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Women And Men Don’t See Eye To Eye On Relationships, Leading To Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

There are many reasons why couples divorce. There could be communication issues or money problems. There could be infidelity or a lack of responsibility. One common issue in marriage is that the parties fail to see eye to eye on the relationship. In fact, in many marriages, the man is in denial about the… Read More »

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Can A Marriage Survive Without Love?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Back in the 1960s, The Beatles sang “All you need is love.” But do you even need love nowadays for a successful marriage? Ideally, yes. But many couples are staying together for other reasons, such as kids. Their relationship evolves from a romantic one to a parenting one. In the past, those in rocky… Read More »

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Should You Get Married Or Just Cohabitate?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

In the past, cohabitation was a step closer to marriage. Nowadays, many relationships don’t progress past the cohabitation step, as many couples opt to forego marriage altogether. In fact, among those ages 18-24, cohabitation is more common than marriage. Statistics show that 9% of adults in that age range live with an unmarried partner…. Read More »

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The Proper Way To Apologize To Prevent Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Let’s face it—we’re not perfect. We all make mistakes. But the way we handle them can make or break our marriages. When a person tells you they are sorry for something, does it sometimes feel as though they don’t mean it? Or that they are inadvertently criticizing you for being sensitive? Apologizing is not… Read More »

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Making Your Home Your Own After Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many people have a strong attachment to their home, and for good reason. Our homes are not simply places filled with stuff. They are filled with memories as well. Your home is a place for rest and relaxation. It influences your mood as well as stress and motivation levels. We have the ability to… Read More »

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What Not To Do During Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

When you end your marriage, your lawyer tells you what to do. While it’s best to listen to legal advice, there are also a lot of things that you should not do during a divorce. A divorce is an emotional and vulnerable time. Knowing the things you should avoid doing during a divorce can… Read More »

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What To Ask Your Partner Before Marriage

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Getting married is a huge deal. Ideally, you want to be with your partner forever, so you need to be on the same page with most aspects of life. While it’s OK to have some differences of opinion, you need to know what the deal breakers are and how you will handle disagreements. Otherwise,… Read More »

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