CHICAGO, Feb. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- On Wednesday, February 13, 2013, Jeffery M. Leving plans to discuss the President's State of the Union Address with Senior White House Officials. Leving will be joined by veteran attorney and litigator Art Kallow where they expect to talk about the President's address and policies including the impact upon fathers and children.
Before the White House Conference, on Tuesday, February 12 th, Jeffery Leving will appear with Art Kallow at 7:30 PM (CST) on channel 21 CAN-TV's Chicago Counterpoint directly preceding the State of the Union Address. Viewers can call attorneys Leving and Kallow on Chicago Counterpoint with questions and comments at (312) 738-1060.
Among the topics to be discussed on Chicago Counterpoint will be the special legal challenges of grandparents who are trying to gain custody of their grandchildren. Kallow will discuss his latest victory for the custody rights of grandparents. A highly respected family law attorney, Kallow has been named an "Illinois Super Lawyer," an honor given to only the top five percent of attorneys in the state.
In an era in which young people increasingly are having children whom they are unable or unwilling to care for, grandparents have had to step in to save the future of this fragile group of children.Tonight, viewers can find out what they can do to protect their children and grandchildren as well as call with suggestions for attorneys Leving and Kallow for the White House Conference on Wednesday. About Attorney Jeffery Leving Named one of "America's Best Lawyers" by Forbes Radio™, Jeffery M. Leving ( http://dadsrights.com) is co-author of the Illinois Joint Custody Act. He is also the chairman of the Illinois Council on Responsible Fatherhood ( www.ResponsibleFatherhood.Illinois.gov). His groundbreaking book on custody, Fathers' Rights, hit #1 on Amazon's Best Selling Author's list. He is also the author of Divorce Wars and the newly released and critically acclaimed How to Be a Good Divorced Dad. About CAN–TV 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. For more information call Jennifer Whiteside at (312) 296-3666.