Category: Family Law
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?
What to do When Parents Disagree About Vaccinations?
With the COVID-19 vaccine approved for children 12 years and older, many parents are facing the decision of whether they should vaccinate their child. The decision can be even more complicated for co-parents who have differing opinions.
Bryan Wilson and Eva Kogut Discuss the Intersection of Therapy and Family Law
Bryan Wilson and Eva Kogut recently held a discussion and Q+A hosted by Chicago Minds where they covered topics that often overlap the work of attorneys and mental health professionals.
What if Parents Disagree about Dietary Restrictions?
While divorced parents have to make many decisions on how to best co-parent with their former spouse, what if the child’s diet becomes an issue of contention?
The Ever-Evolving Challenges Facing Families During the COVID-19 Pandemic
While the world continues to grapple with the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping up with the day-to-day changes can be challenging – especially concerning family legal matters.
Navigating Holiday Parenting Time During COVID-19
Kogut & Wilson discusses how families can manage the holidays and gatherings during the pandemic when parents don’t agree.
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.
Interstate Parenting Time Arrangements
Kogut & Wilson identify potential issues that can arise when creating a parenting time schedule for parents living in different states.
COVID-19 Impacts on Prenuptial Agreements
It is important to revisit your negotiated and/or executed prenuptial agreement if circumstances have changed since the outbreak of COVID-19.
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.