Category: Family Law
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.
Prenuptial Agreements: Planning for Life Beyond the Big Day
As many details are being finalized, couples often don’t think about an important component of wedding planning: the prenuptial agreement.
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.
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.