FAQs: Mental Illness in the Divorce Process
Kogut & Wilson attorneys address commonly asked questions therapists may have regarding mental illness in the divorce process.
Kogut & Wilson Attorneys Address FAQs Prior to Deciding on Divorce
Get informed with the following questions that are frequently asked before parties move forward with a divorce.
Travel Disagreements Between Parents
Now that the world is slowly reopening, many people are doing what they have missed out on for the last year: traveling. However, potential disagreements may arise among divorced families with regards to travel plans and time. What should parents do when they disagree with their co-parent over travel plans?
FAQ with Eva Kogut: Addressing Divorce with Kids & Family
Eva Kogut addresses how parents should discuss their divorce with children and extended family.
Eva Kogut Features in an All-New Moms Moving On Podcast Episode
Eva Kogut joins the Moms Moving On podcast with Michelle Dempsey-Multack in an episode titled “How to Talk to Our Kids & Families About Divorce.”
Three Paths to Finalizing a Divorce
After you make the difficult decision to divorce, you’re faced with even more challenging choices. What are my options for getting a divorce?
Standstill Case? It May Be Time to Turn to a Pre-Trial Conference
Brenda Friedman addresses pre-trial conferences for those who feel stuck in their current case.
The Old College Try: How Much Will Your Ex Contribute to Your Child’s Tuition?
Divorced parents have additional factors to consider when completing financial aid forms and negotiating with a former spouse about college tuition contributions.
Five Things to Think About When Preparing for Divorce
Kogut & Wilson has compiled a few of the most common questions during the initial consultation – as well as guidance on ways to address each issue.
What is a Prove-Up?
Brenda Friedman explains what a prove-up is and the process of going through one.