Chicago, Illinois—Tune in Tuesday evening, February 5th, at 7:30 PM (CST) as Fathers’ Rights Attorney Jeffery M. Leving interviews child custody Attorney Maureen Gorman on CAN-TV’s Chicago Counterpoint on channel 21. Viewers can call in with questions and comments at (312) 738-1060, or stream live at: http://cantv.org/live.
Gorman and Leving will discuss the recent outbreak of gun violence in our schools and cities, and give solutions to stop the violence.
“The most reliable predictor of crime in America is father absence,” said Attorney Gorman.
About Attorney Maureen Gorman
Attorney Gorman is a highly respected litigator and recently won three Department of Children and Family Services’ appeals in a row. Gorman has decades of complex litigation experience in which she successfully defended government agencies and their employees in civil and constitutional rights cases. She also served as Counsel for the Administrator of the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission. At the Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd., Gorman applies her sophisticated legal talents and passion for protecting fathers and children to zealously advocating for fathers’ rights in courtrooms and before administrative agencies.
About Attorney Jeffery Leving
Named one of “America’s Best Lawyers” by Forbes Radio™, Jeffery M. Leving (http://dadsrights.com) recently hit #1 on Amazon’s Best Selling Author’s list for his groundbreaking book, Fathers’ Rights. He also authored Divorce Wars and the newly released and critically acclaimed How to Be a Good Divorced Dad. Leving was recently honored in Resolution No. 995 by the Illinois House of Representatives for his “forward-thinking initiatives in the field of law and father’s rights.” The House of Representatives resolved that Leving “serves as a model of hard work, integrity, and dedication for the people of the State of Illinois.” An expert on responsible fatherhood, Leving works tirelessly to educate lawmakers and the public on the disastrous effects of father absence, and to promote father involvement.
About CAN – TV
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