News & Insights
What is dissipation and why should you be aware of it in a divorce proceeding?
Dissipation usually arises when one spouse spends marital money on an extramarital affair, extravagant travel and vacations, gifts or anything else that does not benefit your marriage.
Do I Have to Financially Support My Adult Children After Divorce?
Kogut & Wilson outlines the ways in which parents can consider the financial needs of their adult children and the requirements of the court during divorce proceedings.
How Does Adopting a Child Impact Taxes in Illinois?
Kogut & Wilson shares adoption tax credit information for Illinois residents at the state and federal level.
Cailee J. Alderman to Discuss Adoption Case Law Updates in Chicago Bar Association Seminar
Cailee J. Alderman will join an attorney panel to share insights with the CBA Adoption Law Committee on recent developments impacting adoption law.
Eva M. Kogut Once Again Honored on Illinois Super Lawyers Top 50 Women Attorneys List
Since 2017, Eva has been selected to the Super Lawyers Illinois list for her exceptional work in family law. Inclusion on the Top 50 Women list is exemplary of the high degree of professionalism and public esteem she has obtained over the years.
Kogut & Wilson’s Super Lawyers Roster Grows in 2024; Seven Attorneys Featured
The 2024 Illinois Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists have recognized seven firm attorneys for their work in family law.
Brenda G. Friedman Advances to Partner at Kogut & Wilson
Kogut & Wilson is proud to elevate Brenda to partner, who joined the firm as an associate in March 2020.
Process of Asset & Property Division in Illinois
When getting a divorce, many are concerned with whether they will retain certain assets. Kogut & Wilson is prepared to assist clients through the asset and property division process.
Birth Mother and Father Representation in Uncontested Adoption Proceedings
Kogut & Wilson share the importance of having birth parent representation during adoption proceedings and discuss the intricate details that coincide with adopting a child in Illinois.
Illinois Summons of Service Regulations Goes Digital
Illinois courts have embraced technology by allowing summonses to be served through electronic service including e-mail, text or direct messaging via social media.