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Drawing on 25 years of frontline experience, Chicago attorney Jeffery Leving, a nationally acclaimed mens rights crusader, offers disenfranchised fathers true hope and meaningful counsel in this information-packed handbook, guaranteed to save thousands of dollars and years of anguish. Detailed and comprehensive, this eminently practical book takes fathers through every twist and turn of the legal system and covers topics such as how to protect relationships with children as a breakup occurs; how to manage conflict and confrontation through counseling; how to find an effective and empathetic lawyer; how to demonstrate parental competence; how to avoid unfavorable separation and temporary custody arrangements; and much more. Assisted by psychologist Kenneth A. Dachman, Levings highly accessible guide is essential reading for the millions of American fathers routinely excluded from their childrens lives by a biased, abusive legal system in which greed and retribution too often overwhelm compassion and concern. Millions of fathers are currently embroiled in the fight of their lives to win custody of their children.;Wounded by the acrimony and greed that often accompany divorce proceedings, many wonder if they will ever again be an important part of their sons and daughters lives. With this landmark book, renowned mens rights attorney Jeffery M. Leving offers disenfranchised fathers true hope and meaningful advice certain to save years of anguish and possibly thousands of dollars. Drawing on more than fifteen years of frontline experience, Leving leads fathers through every twist and turn of the legal system and shows them how to protect their rights (and their childrens)both before and during divorce litigation. This authoritative and accessible book covers every aspect of the custody process, including protecting the parent/child relationship as a breakup occurs; finding a competent and sym pathetic lawyer; drafting a Shared Parenting Agreement; demonstrating parental competence when falsely accused of abuse; avoiding parental alienation; determining when to settle and when to litigate; techniques for dealing effectively with psychologists, social workers, and other domestic relations experts; and much more. Illustrated with vivid real-life examples, Jeffery Leving and Kenneth Dachmans pract