New School Year, New Family Law Topics to Consider
As summer comes to a close and we embark on a new school year, we are hopeful for a newfound sense of normal after over a year of online schooling and hybrid learning environments. While the start of a new school year naturally evokes excitement for parents and children alike, it can also bring a wave of stress, especially heightened for divorced parents.
Kogut & Wilson is here to help you navigate this time with our team of trusted attorneys and innovative solutions. Take a look at some key topics parents may need to consider as children head back to school.
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.
Contribution to College Expenses
Parents that have obtained a child support order should be aware that their financial support of the child does not necessarily end when the child turns 18 years of age.
Travel Disagreements Between Parents
Fall and holiday break getaways are already on the minds of many families as children return to school. As these plans can often result in disagreements regarding timing and location, there are important aspects to consider before planning 2021 and 2022 travels.
FAQs: Mental Illness in the Divorce Process
Therapy often compliments the divorce process to make it less daunting and more manageable, although many are unaware of the importance of mental health considerations during divorce.
Kogut & Wilson Attorneys Address FAQs Prior to Deciding on Divorce
The thought of divorce can be overwhelming. Before deciding on the right process for your divorce, there is important information to know in order to relieve the stress that may come with the process.
While divorce can be intimidating and time-consuming, especially when there are children involved, it does not have to be. Kogut & Wilson is here to assist with your ever-changing family law needs, no matter the complexity.