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Maryland parents can get support for disabled adult children

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Maryland child support laws fortunately give parents of disabled children the ability to continue to seek child support even after those children reach adulthood. In the right circumstances, a Howard County child support lawyer can help a parent establish or continue child support for an adult child so that the parent that provides care… Read More »

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Even with few assets, divorce may hurt Marylanders’ wallets

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

In a high net worth divorce, Marylanders would probably expect that both parties would see a substantial change in their financial situations. After all, divorce means that a formerly married couple will divide their property and generally will walk away with roughly half of their overall wealth. When the couple has a lot of… Read More »

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Maryland protection orders don’t always mean no guns allowed

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

As part of the recently renewed attention on the nation’s gun control debate, more than one national media source has reported on the interplay between firearms and domestic violence protective orders. While some states require those who get served with a protective order to immediately surrender their firearms, Maryland is not one of those… Read More »

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vInternational adoption can present emotional hurdles

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many people in Maryland who wish to adopt a child may look overseas in order to do it. International adoptions have proven very rewarding for many Maryland families. However, with those potential rewards comes a great deal of emotional and financial risk. A Howard County adoption lawyer would probably know that one commonly known… Read More »

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Broader federal law aims to prevent domestic violence

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

President Obama recently signed a re-vamped federal Violence Against Women Act. The Act had originally been signed into law in 1994, and Congress had twice renewed it. In 2011, however, disagreement over new provisions in the law caused it to stall in Congress. Eventually, these issues were ironed out, and the law reached the… Read More »

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Divorcées may be eligible for extra social security benefits

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many Marylanders who have gone through a divorce may now be approaching retirement age. With retirement comes the question of when to apply for social security benefits and how to go about doing so. Specifically, what some divorced Marylanders may not know is that they may be eligible for an option under which they… Read More »

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Debate ensues over fathers’ rights in paternity cases

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A lively debate over the custody rights of unwed fathers is going on in another state. Maryland readers may want to pay attention to this debate, as it raises important issues with respect to Maryland’s own paternity laws. A proposal now under debate in this other state’s legislature would apply to unwed couples who… Read More »

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Maryland proposal would bar certain sex offenders from custody

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Under current Maryland child custody laws, a parent who sexually abuses a child may still have custody and unrestricted parenting time with his or her children, depending upon what a judge decides. However, under a new proposal, a parent convicted of a certain type of sex offense will not be allowed to have either… Read More »

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