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Category Archives: Divorce

WorkAtHome

Working From Home With Your Spouse Without Conflict

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The past few months have been challenging for married couples stuck at home together. Now that your company is allowing you to work from home, you may be happy that you no longer have to deal with your annoying co-workers. Well, don’t get too excited because you may be dealing with another annoying co-worker—your… Read More »

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CoupleArgue

Increased Violence, Bitterness in Divorce Cases Due to Coronavirus

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The coronavirus crisis has caused a lot of anxiety in Americans. People are scared to leave their homes. Many have stocked up on hand sanitizer and masks to protect themselves from the deadly virus. Millions have lost their jobs and are struggling with finances. For those who have divorced, COVID-19 has also caused issues… Read More »

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Effects of Domestic Violence on Child Custody

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Child custody may be an issue that you and your ex-spouse are arguing about. You may want to spend more time with your kids or may be concerned about the other spouse harming your children. Domestic violence is a growing issue, especially in the past few months, with children staying home more often due… Read More »

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Should You Remarry Your Ex-Spouse?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

After a divorce, many people desire a fresh start. They meet someone new and get remarried. Believe it or not, many couples realize that they are still in love and they remarry each other. In fact, as many as 15% of divorced couples will remarry each other. This may seem pointless. After all, why… Read More »

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Divorces Expected to Rise Due to Coronavirus

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

COVID-19 has caused a lot of stress among Americans. The deadly virus has shuttered restaurants, bars, entertainment venues and other non-essential businesses. Millions of Americans are seeking unemployment benefits. Companies are seeing decreased revenues. Many states and counties have shelter in place orders. This has caused many Americans to be stuck at home, either… Read More »

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Divorce Filings Steady During Pandemic

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Experts are predicting that the divorce rate will rise dramatically over the next few months as people get tired of being quarantined with their husbands and wives. After all, dealing with your spouse’s nagging, laziness and annoying quirks 24/7 is only fun for so long, right? The good news is that the number of… Read More »

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Div_Money

People Using Stimulus Checks for Divorces

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The stimulus checks promised by President Donald Trump are just now starting to hit bank accounts. Many people will receive $1,200 plus $500 per child. While this may not be enough for those who have lost their jobs and cannot pay rent, some people are excited about the extra money and have big plans… Read More »

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Unhappy

Petty Things That Can End a Marriage

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Statistics show that roughly half of all marriages end in divorce. But what exactly is causing marriages to crumble? Is it adultery or money problems? Is it a lack of communication? More likely, it could be because you snore or never watch romantic comedies. These issues may seem trivial, but they have been known… Read More »

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ElderCouple

How to Deal with Your Parents Dating After Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Search online and you’ll find thousands of articles about how to go about dating after divorce. While this is great advice for the people who have divorced, what about the children of those people? How does a child—whether they’re 5, 10, 15, 20 or even 30 or older—deal with the fact that their mother… Read More »

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Creating a Financial Plan After Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A divorce changes your life in many ways. You go from being a married man or woman to a single one. You now live alone. If children are involved, you will now share custody with your ex-spouse. The biggest change? Your money situation. When you were married, you likely split expenses with your spouse…. Read More »

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