Getting SplitReady Episode 22.3: When Litigation is the Best Solution


There is undoubtedly a trend toward mediation and other more amicable processes when a married couple splits. However, sometimes litigation, or settling your divorce in court, is the best and most appropriate means for divorce. The key is knowing when.

Join us for an engaging discussion with Bryan Wilson from Kogut and Wilson LLC about when your divorce should be litigated.

Also joining the conversation is Patrick Markey from The Law Offices of Patrick Markey.




Bryan Wilson

About Bryan

Founder and attorney, Bryan J. Wilson practices in the area of family law at Kogut & Willson, LLC. His extensive experience involves divorce, complex financial matters, child custody, and domestic violence which all can be complex and very emotional for the participating parties. Bryan has seen the best and worst of divorce first-hand with his parents. With a three year old girl and a one year old boy, he also represents children as a Child Representative on a pro bono basis.

After graduating from DePaul University College of Law in 2008, Bryan worked as an attorney at two prominent family law firms in Chicago. He also worked as an attorney for now Cook County Judge, Andrea M. Schleifer. In 2012 through 2019, Bryan was recognized by his peers and named a “Rising Star” attorney by Illinois Super Lawyers magazine. He is also a board member of the Illinois State Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division. 



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Getting SplitReady is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at (708) 989-3985 or

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