News & Insights
Eva Matela Kogut Honored in Chicago Daily Law Bulletin’s 2022 Women in Law List
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin selects Eva Matela Kogut as a Women in Law honoree for her work in elevating women in the family law field and impact on the greater legal industry.
Living Together Without Being Married? How Cohabitation Agreements Can Protect Assets
Those who cohabitate should consider forming a cohabitation agreement to protect themselves and their possessions.
Fostering Environments of Love through Foster Care Adoption
The process of adopting a child through the Illinois foster care system differs from other forms of adoption in the state. Kogut & Wilson outlines the legal requirements and commitments in foster care adoption
Addressing Summer Travel Plans and Disagreements Between Co-Parents
What should parents do when they disagree about summer travel plans?
Co-Parents Should Consider These Aspects Before Their Summer Move
Co-parents may not realize their parenting agreement has specific provisions about where and when they move.
Maintaining Family Ties with Relative Adoption
Kogut & Wilson explains relative adoption and how it benefits family members looking to adopt children in their immediate and extended family.
Kogut & Wilson Introduces Genesis Hernandez as an Associate
Genesis Hernandez joins Kogut & Wilson as an associate.
Sarah E. Holtzman Organizes WBAI & LLL Series in Domestic Relations Division: New Domestic Relations Judges Panel
Sarah E. Holtzman helped organize the Monday, May 9 WBAI & LLL CLE program introducing the Cook County Circuit Court’s new judges and their perspectives.
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status as a Path to Protection and Residency
Kogut & Wilson provides clarity on Special Immigrant Juvenile Status within the United States and how to get the process started.
Sabrina Karakaya to Serve as a Trainer for Mutual Ground
In an effort to further advocacy against domestic violence, Sabrina Karakaya will continue her duties as a domestic violence survivor advocate and serve as a Trainer for Mutual Ground.