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Thinking of Moving this Summer? What Divorced Parents Must Do First
Many parents relocate their families over the summer – often from the city to the suburbs – as to not disrupt their children’s school year. But divorced parents may not realize their parenting agreement has specific provisions about where and when they move.
The Old College Try: How Much Will Your Ex Contribute to Your Child’s Tuition?
Divorced parents have additional factors to consider both when completing financial aid forms and when negotiating with a former spouse about contributions.
Two Kogut & Wilson Attorneys Named to 2019 Illinois Super Lawyers Lists
Kogut & Wilson is pleased to announce that two attorneys were named to the 2019 Illinois Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.
What is the Difference Between (1) an Attorney for the Child, (2) a Child Representative, and (3) a Guardian ad Litem?
When a married couple decides to end their marriage and they have a child or children together, they often disagree on how matters should play out regarding the best interests of their child or children, as it is easy to lose sight of what is really important in a heated divorce proceeding.
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.