CHICAGO, Sept. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- On Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at 7:00PM (CST) Chicago Matrimonial Attorney Jeffery Leving hosts Chicago Counterpoint TV on CAN-TV's Channel 21.
Tuesday's guest, Chicago Family Law Attorney Christopher T. Marx, will discuss his recent work protecting clients accused of failing to pay child support, including the successful defense of Representative Joe Walsh (R-IL), a then sitting U.S. Congressman wrongfully accused in the press of being a "dead-beat dad" – a case that began with Representative Walsh facing a Petition in court alleging he owed over $100,000 in back child support, and charging him with civil contempt – and concluded with the entry of an Order dismissing the Petition, and public statement from his ex-wife declaring, "Joe is not and was not a 'deadbeat dad' and does not owe child support."
Chicago Counterpoint TV provides essential legal education to unwed fathers and men in divorce. It is an open, interactive forum designed to encourage community participation. Viewers can call in with questions and comments at (312) 738-1060, or stream live at http://cantv.org/live. Questions can also be submitted through the Fatherhood Educational Institute Facebook Page. On the show, Attorney Leving promotes paternal involvement through education and mentorship.
About Christopher T. Marx:
Attorney Christopher Marx is a distinguished member of the Illinois trial bar, with a legal practice focused exclusively on family law. He is passionate about defending his clients from fraudulent claims of abuse and false accusations in pre and post-judgment matrimonial disputes. Marx is a tireless advocate for families and fathers at the internationally respected Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd.
About the Host:
Jeffery M. Leving (http://dadsrights.com) is known world-wide for his legal work protecting fathers' rights. President Barack Obama awarded Attorney Leving the National Lifetime Call To Service Award and Forbes Radio has named him one of "America's Best Lawyers." Leving is the author of several influential books, including Fathers' Rights, Divorce Wars and the newly released How to Be a Good Divorced Dad.
CAN-TV (Chicago Access Network Television) provides a forum for members of the community to voice their opinions on television. CAN-TV has five local, non-commercial channels reaching over one million viewers throughout Chicago.
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SOURCE Law Offices of Jeffery Leving