News & Insights
Kogut & Wilson Attorneys Recognized by Illinois Leading Lawyers in 2020
Kogut & Wilson is delighted to announce that for the second year in a row, two of the firm’s attorneys have been recognized as leaders in their field by Illinois Leading Lawyers.
Join Eva Kogut for CBA Presentation on “The Benefits of Mindfulness and Meditation on Collaborative Practice”
The Chicago Bar Association Collaborative Process Subcommittee of the Domestic Relations Committee, for which Eva Kogut is a chair, will be presenting a program on “The Benefits of Mindfulness and Meditation on Collaborative Practice.”
Eva Kogut to Share Insights on Alternative Family Dynamics and Estate Planning After Divorce at IPA Convention
Eva Kogut will discuss alternative family dynamics and the impact on divorce and estate planning at the 2019 Illinois Psychological Association’s Annual Convention on Friday, November 15 at the Doubletree in Lisle-Naperville.
Kogut & Wilson Selected as a 2020 Best Law Firm by U.S. News & World Report
Kogut & Wilson is pleased to announce the firm has been selected as a 2020 Best Law Firm by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers.
Kogut & Wilson Opens Park Ridge Office
Kogut & Wilson is pleased to announce their expansion with the opening of a new office in northwestern Park Ridge. This is the firm’s second location and will allow firm attorneys to serve suburban clients.
Eva Kogut and Bryan Wilson recognized as Best Lawyers
Kogut & Wilson is delighted to announce Eva Kogut and Bryan Wilson have been selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2020.
A New Approach for the Family Law Client Intake Process
Most family law attorneys use a well-worn script for their client intake process. But do they ask the right questions? Years of experience have taught Eva Kogut that there is a better way.
Bryan Wilson Appointed to ISBA Standing Committee on Legislation
Bryan Wilson has been appointed to the Illinois State Bar Association Standing Committee on Legislation, which has the responsibility for the execution of the ISBA legislative program.
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.