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How to Lower Your Child Support Legally

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many parents with child support obligations lament the heavy price they pay each month, while still struggling to make ends meet. No doubt, child support can be a big bill, especially when there are multiple children to care for. Fortunately, there are often legal ways to reduce child support payments. An attorney from the… Read More »

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How to Lower Your Child Support Legally

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many parents with child support obligations lament the heavy price they pay each month, while still struggling to make ends meet. No doubt, child support can be a big bill, especially when there are multiple children to care for. Fortunately, there are often legal ways to reduce child support payments. An attorney from the… Read More »

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5 Things People Miss When Doing Their Own Divorce

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A New York Times article in 2005 reported that almost half of all people appearing in divorce courts around the country were self-represented, meaning they were not using an attorney to assist with their case. Fast-forward just little more than 10 years, and in 2016 an article in the Seattle Times suggested that the… Read More »

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3 Fantastic Ways Same Sex Marriages Are Helping to Reduce Gender Bias in Family Courts

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Historically, people have long held the belief that men are disadvantaged in divorce court, and perhaps there is some truth to the rumors. According to National Parents Organization in 2015, there is a crisis of judicial bias against men in family courts. There are some reasons for this. First, men were traditionally the primary… Read More »

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The Difference Between Legal and Physical Custody Laws in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

One of the most difficult decisions a separating couple must make is deciding who will get physical custody of the children and who will have legal custody to make decisions for the children. Maryland law does not favor either the mother or father and presumes each natural parent is also the natural custodian of… Read More »

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