1. Child Custody During the Pandemic

    As people are being asked to stay home and limit exposure to others during the COVID-19 pandemic, important questions naturally arise from divorced parents feeling conflicted about how to adhere to these guidelines and stay healthy when their children are supposed to be dividing time between two hou…Read More

  2. How to Reduce Your Alimony if You’ve Lost Your Job or Income

    When the unexpected happens and you experience a job loss or a reduction in income, you may qualify to reduce alimony payments. Because courts are now postponing most hearings into the indefinite future because of the coronavirus, it is extremely important that you seek legal relief as soon as possi…Read More

  3. Important Factors Considered in a Child Custody Hearing

    In reaching a decision on child custody matters, a court will consider many factors to determine which parents should have primary custody of the child or to determine whether the parents should share custody of a child. Two factors that are highly considered by the court in determining child custod…Read More

  4. Essential Information About Prenuptial Agreements

    It is a common mistake to think that a prenuptial agreement automatically means that two individuals looking to get married don't expect to stay married. In actuality, a prenuptial agreement is an intelligent choice for any couple, and it certainly does not mean that the marriage won't work out. Wha…Read More

  5. Empowering Questions to Ask During a Divorce

    Experts agree: the emotional and financial upset of a divorce has a long-term effect on your personal well-being, a grief that can feel on par with the death of a loved one. For some people, however, a divorce can actually be the best possible move for them and they feel great and empowered by it. T…Read More

  6. Deciding What’s Best For You: Divorce or Legal Separation

    Ending a relationship is never easy. In fact, divorce and marital separation manage to crack the top five in the list of most stressful life events. It’s no wonder that these events are so stressful. Not only is a relationship ending, but it typically means massive changes to your lifestyle. It ca…Read More

  7. Reasons You May Want To Modify Visitation Or Custody

    Child custody and visitation rights are a large part of family law. Once you’ve had a court order for a few years and it’s not quite working anymore, you might start looking up modifying orders and how that works. Here at The Law Office of Ronald Kossack, we’re committed to helping people find…Read More

  8. 4 Reasons To Work With The Law Office Of Ronald Kossack

    When people look for a family law lawyer, their first plan of action is typically to ask friends, family members, and neighbors for recommendations. There is certainly nothing wrong with this — but you shouldn’t choose a specialist in family law only because they were recommended to you. This fa…Read More

  9. Modifying Visitation vs. Modifying Custody: How To Know What To Do

    Many parents struggle with their visitation schedule or the legal custody they have; sometimes, this is a standard aspect divorced parents face, but other times it can warrant a legal change to improve life for your children, yourself, and your former partner. As you’ve moved through family law af…Read More

  10. How To Choose Your Living Accommodations When Seeking Custody

    One of the most difficult decisions during a divorce is figuring out the living accommodations for the child or the children. Not only can it be difficult to be away from your children when you’re used to seeing them everyday, but there are also considerations when it comes to child custody, which…Read More