News & Insights
Kirsten L. Meeder Appointed to Palos Park Plan Commission
Kogut & Wilson’s Kirsten L. Meeder was appointed to the Palos Park Plan Commission to serve a term through June 2026.
How to Become a Guardian for a Minor Child in Illinois
Kogut & Wilson outline different types of guardianships, the process by which guardians are appointed and what assistance may be available for potential guardians in Illinois.
Kogut & Wilson Expands Roster with the Addition of Sara Riddick
Sara Riddick has joined the firm as an associate.
Considering Surrogacy or Genetic Material Donation? Laws and Regulations to Know When Opting for Third-Party Reproduction
Kogut & Wilson outlines legal considerations for those looking into egg donations or surrogacy.
Kogut & Wilson Honored on 2023 Best Law Firms List in Chicago
U.S. News and World Report selected Kogut & Wilson to its 2023 Best Law Firms list in Chicago, recognizing the firm’s practice in Family Law and Family Law Mediation.
Solving Conflict Through Parenting Coordinators
Kogut & Wilson explains the roles of parenting coordinators and how they work to support families in times of conflict.
Bryan J. Wilson to Discuss Mental Health Risk and Resilience Factors in Children Facing Stressful Family Situations at the 2022 AFCC Conference
In the upcoming AFCC Conference, Bryan J. Wilson will examine mental health risks in children experiencing stressful family environments and share methods to build resilience.
Can Families Request a Different Judge in Illinois Divorce and Family Law Cases?
Kogut & Wilson provide circumstances in which requesting a new judge for your case may be appropriate.
It’s Never Too Early: Addressing Holiday Plans with Your Co-Parent
Kogut & Wilson provides tips for co-parents to iron out holiday trips and visitation schedules as soon as possible to be prepared and mitigate possible conflict.
Can Biological Families Maintain Contact with an Adopted Relative Post-Adoption?
Kogut & Wilson provides insight on how biological family members may maintain contact with their adopted child, grandchild or relative after an adoption has occurred.