Is a Divorce Really Over When it is Finalized?
Once a divorce is final, there are many steps we recommend our clients take to ensure all aspects of life are covered.
A Better Understanding of Divorce Options
When a marriage is not working, many wonder what their divorce options are. There are multiple approaches to divorce, and our attorneys have years of experience with each method.
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?
Eva Kogut to Speak on Collaborative Process at DePaul University College of Law
Eva Kogut will share insights on the collaborative process at DePaul University College of Law on March 11, 2020.
Bryan Wilson Shares Insights on the Getting Split Ready Podcast
The Getting Split Ready podcast, hosted by Marya Carey Pleasant and Doug Katz, recently featured Bryan Wilson to share insights on divorce processes and outcomes.
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.”
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.
What is the Difference Between (1) an Attorney for the Child, (2) a Child Representative, and (3) a Guardian ad Litem?
When a married couple decides to end their marriage and they have a child or children together, they often disagree on how matters should play out regarding the best interests of their child or children, as it is easy to lose sight of what is really important in a heated divorce proceeding.
What is dissipation and why should you be aware of it in a divorce proceeding?
Dissipation usually arises when one spouse spends marital money on an extramarital affair, extravagant travel and vacations, gifts or anything else that does not benefit your marriage.