Monthly Archives: June 2021
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 J. Wilson and Eva Matela 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.
Stephanie Tang Discusses Islamic Marriage Contracts in ISBA’s Family Law Newsletter
Stephanie Tang analyzes contrasting court decisions across the U.S. related to divorce proceedings under Islamic law in the May 2021 issue of the ISBA’s Family Law.