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Legal Think Tank Publishes Matrimonial Attorney Art Kallow’s Strategies for Fathers in Family Courts

 

Attorney Arthur Kallow

Attorney Arthur Kallow

A legal think tank has recently released a legal primer providing insightful direction into critical issues affecting the disposition of family law matters.  The leading discussion of the book delivers compelling and strategic legal advice from leading Chicago Divorce Attorney Art Kallow for attorneys representing fathers in family law matters.  Kallow, a lawyer at the internationally known fathers’ rights firm the Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd., (www.dadsrights.com) notes that the effective representation of men in matrimonial law issues involves serious challenges created by the unlevel playing field tilted against fathers involved in litigating custody, visitation and support issues.

As stated by Kallow, “To successfully represent fathers in marital disputes it is crucial to recognize the unique circumstances men face in the family court arena.  To obtain the optimal results for their clients, fathers’ rights attorneys must be prepared to navigate rough roads and obstacles on the way to justice.”

About Art Kallow:  Attorney Art Kallow has successfully represented hundreds of clients throughout the decades, including cases which involved complex jury trials, contested custody and visitation, child support, paternity, and cases involving intricate financial issues. He is also a well-known advocate for grandparents’ and children’s rights, having recently secured paternal grandparents sole custody of two at-risk children in a complex, contested child custody matter.