On Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 7:30PM (CST) leading Chicago matrimonial litigation attorney Leslie Poole will join fathers’ rights attorney and host Jeffery M. Leving on Chicago Counterpoint TV. This week’s show will focus on the economics of divorce and important considerations concerning the equitable division of property. Poole is a leading matrimonial litigation attorney and has secured numerous victories for clients in divorce cases involving complex, high net-worth marital estates. His recent success winning the equitable division of property of a client’s marital estate worth in excess of $50 million provides valuable insight for all individuals going through a divorce.
As Poole explains, “How to obtain a just distribution of assets is an important consideration for anyone involved in a divorce or custody battle, regardless of income.”
Chicago Counterpoint TV is broadcast live on CAN-TV’s Channel 21 and provides essential legal education to single dads, men in divorce and Chicago divorce lawyers seeking to expand their professional knowledge. Counterpoint TV is an open, interactive forum. Viewers may call in and ask questions or leave comments at 312-738-1060. Viewers can also stream the show live at http://cantv.org/live and participate in discussions onthe Fatherhood Educational Institute Facebook page.
About Leslie Poole: Attorney Les Poole has an extensive background of successfully representing clients in complex divorce and child custody matters. A highly skilled litigator, Poole is dedicated to protecting children and families, and fighting for results that positively impact their daily lives.
About the Host: Attorney Jeffery M. Leving is committed to promoting positive paternal involvement, and founded the Fatherhood Educational Institute (www.fatherhood-edu.org), which provides critical parenting skills to fathers. He was awarded the National Lifetime to Call Service Award by President Barack Obama and named one of “America’s Best Lawyers” by Forbes Radio(TM). Leving’s latest book, How to be a Good Divorced Dad, received praise from Obama, and was endorsed by Cardinal Francis George of the Archdiocese of Chicago.
CAN-TV (Chicago Access Network Television), allows members of the community to voice their opinions on television. CAN-TV has five local, non-commercial channels that reach over one million viewers throughout Chicago.