Bryan J. Wilson Discusses 2021 Child Tax Credit and Potential Post-COVID Issues in Chicago Lawyer
Chicago Lawyer recently highlighted Bryan J. Wilson in its December 2021 issue in a discussion of the common COVID-related disputes parents face and those yet to come in a post-pandemic space.
Bryan Wilson to Discuss Adjusting COVID-Era Staff Management and Company Goals in November Webinar
In a November Chicago Bar Association presentation, Bryan Wilson will share insights on how firms can pivot their staff management procedures and company goals to adjust to the pandemic.
Remote School and a Working Parent: Can You Leave Your Child Home Alone?
In the midst of a global pandemic, Bryan Wilson shares insights on divorced working parents leaving their children home alone.
School and COVID: What is the Right Choice for Your Family?
Many families are currently facing the difficult choice of whether education should be in-person or remote for the upcoming school year. For families that are separated or divorced, this decision is even more complicated.
Divorced Parents Moving During COVID-19
Before finalizing plans, divorced parents need to consider the specific provisions in their parenting agreement that deal with moving or relocation.
Altering Maintenance During COVID-19
COVID-19 has disrupted everything: work, school, restaurants and even outdoor spaces. But did you know COVID-19 can also impact your maintenance and/or child support obligations?
Child Support for High School Seniors During COVID-19
Between Zoom graduation ceremonies and drive-by graduation parties, it’s important to reach out to your attorney to discuss modifying child support to cover college costs.