Chicago Counterpoint TV Premiere Features Top Chicago Divorce Attorney Maureen Gorman


On Tuesday, January 7th at 7:30PM (CST) renowned Fathers’ Rights Attorney Jeffery M. Leving will be hosting the season premiere of Chicago Counterpoint TV on CAN-TV’s Channel 21.   Chicago Counterpoint TV provides crucial legal education to single dads, men in divorce and Chicago family law attorneys looking to expand their professional knowledge.  On the show, Leving seeks to promote positive paternal involvement through legal education and mentorship.

The 2014 season opener will feature leading Chicago divorce and child custody lawyer Maureen Gorman, a zealous advocate of fathers’ rights in the courtroom and before administrative tribunals.  Gorman will discuss parental alienation as well as the devastating impact of false allegations of child and partner abuse.  She will also discuss her recent successful reversal of a Department of Children and Family Services finding of abuse of against her clients.

Chicago Counterpoint TV is an open, interactive forum.  Viewers may call in and ask questions or leave commentsat 312 738-1060.   Viewers can also stream the show live at and participate in discussions on the Fatherhood Educational Institute Facebook page.

About Maureen Gorman:

Attorney Maureen Gorman is a highly respected litigator with over 20 years of complex litigation experience.  As a fierce litigator at the Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd., she has successfully defended numerous fathers against fraudulent claims of abuse and has won multiple Department of Children and Family Services’ appeals.   Prior to joining the firm, she served as Counsel for the Administrator of the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission.

About the Host:

Attorney Jeffery M. Leving ( was named one of “America’s Best Lawyers” by Forbes Radio™ and is co-author of the Illinois Joint Custody Act. Leving wrote the groundbreaking book on custody, Fathers’ Rights, which hit #1 on Amazon’s Best Selling Author’s List. His other influential books include Divorce Wars and How to Be a Good Divorced Dad, which was endorsed by President Barack Obama and Cardinal Francis George, the Archdiocese of Chicago. He also is the chairman of the Illinois Council on Responsible Fatherhood ( and founder of the Fatherhood Educational Institute (, which promotes fatherhood in impoverished communities.

CAN-TV (Chicago Access Network Television) has five local, non-commercial channels that reach over one million viewers throughout Chicago.