Bay Area Family Law

Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Fathers' Rights Advocate Publishes, A Father’s Guide to Winning Child Custody

Joseph E. Cordell, well-known fathers’ rights advocate on family law issues, has published the second adapted edition of his book Civil War - A Father’s Guide to Winning Child Custody, a hardheaded and practical instruction manual for men seeking to win custody of their children during divorce litigation. The book was released through Publications, gives readers clear, easy-to-understand tips on how to achieve the best results possible. Cordell says, “Winning custody is never a sure thing,” “but having some of the tools which this book provides can certainly give fathers a fighting chance.”

A comprehensive chapter explains every pace of the divorce process, with special attention to the custody battle. Readers will learn the meaning of legal terms, the process of divorce, how courts determine custody, and how to maximize their chances of victory. Civil War: A Father’s Guide to Winning Child Custody is 250 pages long and is available in paperback from and for the price of $24.95. A detailed index is provided to help the readers, rapidly access specific topics.

Joseph E. Cordell is a Principal Partner of Cordell & Cordell, an expanding family law firm with offices in five states, and dedicated specifically to represent men in domestic litigation cases. Cordell is a former host of the popular radio program, Listener’s Legal Line, and a former chairman of the Family Law section of the National Lawyers Association. He is licensed to practice in Missouri and Illinois. He is also the founder of, an online resource for fathers facing divorce and child custody litigation.

Established in 1990, Cordell & Cordell, P.C. has over 20 attorneys practicing completely in the area of domestic litigation. With seven offices located in five states, Cordell & Cordell is one of the largest firms in the United States focusing on the rights of men in family law cases.


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