Philadelphia family law attorney William (Bill) J. Phelan, IV began his legal career in disability rights. He worked for the American Bar Association and promoted the rights of individuals with disabilities across the country. [Read more…]
He discussed the domestic litigation firm Cordell & Cordell, its mission and the upcoming Men’s Divorce School events in Pennsylvania, with an event in Pittsburgh on July 16, 2014 and one in Philadelphia on July 17, 2014.
Mr. Cordell also talked about his passion for domestic litigation cases and helping men with divorce as well as the reality of gender bias in many courtrooms.
Please find an audio clip of last week’s WNTP interview below.
Cordell & Cordell is sponsoring free divorce seminars on “Getting Divorced Without Going Broke” in Philadelphia and Atlanta on July 17 and 18, respectively.
Divorce brings financial challenges for everyone. But it’s especially challenging for primary earners, such as business owners and professionals, who must commonly contend with claims for their spouse’s support.
The American Society of Attorney-CPAs is presenting the complimentary seminars, sponsored by Cordell & Cordell, for business owners and professionals facing divorce.
Dually-licensed attorney-CPAs will give practical tips on weathering the storm with as little cost and conflict as possible. Don’t let divorce take away what you have worked so hard to achieve.
Philadelphia: Wednesday, July 17, Westin Philadelphia Hotel
Atlanta: Thursday, July 18, Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead
Register by calling 1-855-ATNY-CPA or online at MyDivorceDollars.com.
Business Insider consulted with the divorce lawyers of Cordell & Cordell for analysis of “The 9 Most Expensive Cities For Getting A Divorce,” which it calculated based on the average rate for divorce attorneys in cities across the country.
Cordell & Cordell partner Spencer Williams offered his insight into why cities like Dallas, Philadelphia, and Newark are so expensive when it comes to divorce (Los Angeles topped the list at an average rate of $350).
A problematic trend in many of these high-priced divorce cities is couples opting to pursue a divorce without hiring representation.
Many make the analogy to persons considering self-representation (or pro se) to that of a person who has a cracked tooth or a broken arm deciding to fix themselves without a dentist or doctor.
Can they fix the problem? Certainly. Will they enjoy the long-term ramifications of the do-it-yourself fix? Almost certainly not.
The expense of receiving legal advice on divorce from a qualified family law attorney may seem unaffordable at the time of divorce, but the cost in money, time, and peace of mind of not retaining a lawyer is most likely much greater in the long run.
Read the full article: “The 9 Most Expensive Cities For Getting A Divorce.”