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Category Archives: Family Law

DivorceLoan

Should You Get A Divorce Loan?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Divorces are stressful in many ways. Money is one of the most common stressors. After all, the average divorce costs roughly $15,000. Anxiety is common when money is involved. Many people even forego getting a divorce because they don’t think they can afford one. But who wants to stick around in a dead-end marriage?… Read More »

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Siblings

Why Sibling Bonds Grow After Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Divorces come with a lot of negativity. It splits up a relationship. It stresses out kids. It creates instability. It causes financial turmoil. It causes depression and other health problems. The list goes on. There’s one good thing that often comes from a divorce when there are two or more children involved: the children… Read More »

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DivCouple3

Is Living Apart Together Right For You?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Your spouse drives you nuts. You see them for a good part of your day and you’re sick of them. You love your spouse. They make a great partner, but you just can’t stand living with them. You may think you’re weird, but actually, living apart together is a growing trend. Even celebrities like… Read More »

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BrokenEngagement

Why Are Women More Likely To Initiate Divorce?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

In the past, women were stay-at-home mothers who didn’t work. They didn’t earn any income, so they couldn’t realistically live on their own. They were pretty much stuck in a bad marriage unless their husbands initiated divorce. Nowadays, women are still likely to face the financial stresses of divorce, but they are the ones… Read More »

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How COVID Is Changing Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

You might have thought your divorce was done. All details have been finalized. There’s no need to go back to court, right? Wrong. COVID is wreaking havoc on pretty much everything, from jobs to finances to relationships. For those who are divorced or in the process of doing so, it’s complicating many aspects, including… Read More »

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Support

How To Help A Divorcing Friend Or Family Member

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Sooner or later, you’ll have to deal with the divorce of a loved one. If you’ve never dealt with a divorce before, you may not know what to do. What do you say? Divorce can be a complex situation. For some, there is a stigma attached to it, so when a person finds out… Read More »

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Marriage

Why Marrying Early In Life Isn’t All Bad

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The statistics and news articles always show the same thing: get married later in life. Don’t marry so young; you’ll get divorced. But in talking to younger couples, this way of thinking is not always true. In many cases, marrying early in life can have its advantages. Once you’ve found someone to spend the… Read More »

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DivCouple11

What Is Discernment Counseling?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many of us are aware of the negative effects of divorce, yet staying in an unhealthy marriage is not so great either. Divorces can be lengthy, emotional, exhausting, and costly for all involved, including children. Staying married also comes with an emotional cost. Choosing which one is better can be an agonizing decision. Should… Read More »

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UpsetMan

Can Divorce Make You Sick?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Divorce is the end of a marriage. It’s a highly emotional event that has been compared to a death. In a sense, it is. It’s the death of a relationship. There’s always going to be stress involved in a divorce. Many people get through it better than others, though. They’re able to work through… Read More »

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DivorceRate

How Divorce Rates Are Tied To Income

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Divorces are on the decline in America, which is a good thing. Since the 1970s and 1980s, divorces are becoming less common and creeping below the common statistic of 50%. That means that the saying “half of all marriages end in divorce” no longer rings true because it doesn’t take into consideration factors such… Read More »

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