Saturday, July 28, 2012

How To Be An Excellent Divorced Father

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By Saleem Rana

Monday, July 23rd, 2012

Interview by Dr. Melody Foxx and Logan Clarke

Jeffrey Leving spoke to Dr Melody Foxx and Logan Clarke on L.A. Talk Radio pertaining to how fathers can easily remain connected with their children after a divorce. The radio show guest on the weekly Answers for the Family Blog radio show is the country's leading authority on father's civil liberties, and he has created an informative book called, "How To Be A Good Divorced Father." His most recent publication has been endorsed by Francis Cardinal George of the Archdiocese of Chicago. It has also been praised by President Obama.

Who Is Jeffery Leving?

Jeffrey is a lawyer in Illinois who has been named by Forbes Radio as one of "America's Best Lawyers." He has written two other books on the topic of divorce and father's rights: "Fathers' Rights" and "Divorce Wars."

The Unique Challenges of Fathers

During the interview, Jeffrey shared practical concepts on how fathers are able to stay in touch with their kids while dealing with the accusations of ex-wives. Besides offering advice, he sought to banish myths pertaining to divorced dads, who have, based upon accusations by the ex-wife, typically been scandalized as missing, untrustworthy, or alienated.

Today millions of fathers are embroiled in legal battles to win custody of their children. In fact, it is quite common for the court system to push away fathers, excluding them from their children's lives. After bitter divorce proceedings, many fathers find themselves barred from playing a parental role in their children's lives.

Jeffrey encouraged disenfranchised fathers not to quit and lose hope. Throughout his long career as an attorney, he has assisted numerous fathers efficiently navigate through the legal system. He has shown fathers the best ways to safeguard their own rights, and also that of their kids. He has been able to assist throughout the divorce. He illustrated his points with numerous examples gleaned from over 20 years of experience in helping father's keep their rights.


Because American fathers experience a biased judicial system that commonly favors mothers, it is important for fathers to display parental suitability, stay clear of inaccurate allegations of child abuse, and find legal methods to avoid being alienated from their children. They also need to learn ways to determine when to settle as well as when to litigate. In addition, they must learn how to deal with psychologists and social employees involved in the case.

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