A recent article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette highlighted the history of Cordell & Cordell in representing men and fathers in divorce and explained why there is such a need for law firms to focus on protecting men’s rights. [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.
Men’s Divorce School is a general divorce education event geared for the public, which provides a crash course on Divorce 101. Those who attend either event will get an overview of the divorce process, child support, spousal support, custody, general tips and strategies to use.
The event is free, and complimentary beverages are provided. Registration begins at 6 pm, and the presentation goes from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Register below, at the Men’s Divorce School site here or by calling
Mr. Cordell detailed specific questions men should ask a lawyer when trying to find the right divorce attorney, in addition to encouraging listeners to visit DadsDivorce.com and its “treasure trove” of divorce resources for men.
Click the audio player below to listen to the full interview.
Cordell & Cordell Divorce Lawyer Jana Palko appeared on Pittsburgh radio station 1020 KDKA to discuss how posting too much information online can affect domestic litigation.
The consequences of not being careful online is also listed as one of “The 10 Stupidest Mistakes Men Make When Facing Divorce,” according to Joseph Cordell’s book.
Posting personal information can be used against you in a divorce proceeding, such as if you post information about your estranged spouse on sites like DatingPsychos.com, yet this happens all the time, according to Palko.
“If it’s constant release of information or putting someone in danger you can certainly contact the police,” Palko said.
If it happens during a divorce, your divorce attorney can help you get that information removed. If not, you will have to file a civil action, which can be complicated and pricey. You can also contact the Internet Crime Complaint Center.
To set up an appointment with a Cordell & Cordell mens divorce attorney, please contact us.
Listen to the full audio report below: