If you would like to learn more about divorce, we’re here to help

In just a few days, people across the country will be opening cards, exchanging gifts and going out to dinner to celebrate Valentine’s Day. While most people will welcome the chance to spend some time with their significant others on this unofficial holiday, there are others for whom this day is wrought with conflicting emotions.

That’s because they may be openly debating whether they want to take the step of filing for divorce. On the one hand, they may see a dissolution of marriage as a means to a happier and more fulfilling existence, while on the other hand, they may see it as being too drastic of a step or too hard on their children.

It’s important to understand that these conflicting emotions are in no way uncommon and are actually something of a good sign in that it means you are giving the matter the serious consideration it deserves.

In fact, if you find yourself in this situation, you should understand that you are not without resources.

While you could certainly sit down at the computer and learn quite a bit about divorce in general, there is perhaps no better resource than sitting down with a legal professional who can explain the divorce process (and divorce alternatives), answer your questions and even help you initiate the process of ending your marriage.

At the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, PA, we have helped countless people in these situations and we can help you. Whether you would like to learn more about the divorce process in Maryland, or have specific questions about property division, spousal support, child custody or child support, we’re here to help.

Please visit our website today to learn more.

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