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MensFamilyLaw is the podcast for fathers and husbands who need information on child custody, divorce, domestic violence and parenting plans.

Men's Family Law Podcast David T. Pisarra Esq

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.2 • 12 Ratings

MensFamilyLaw is the podcast for fathers and husbands who need information on child custody, divorce, domestic violence and parenting plans.

    MFL058 THE TWO REASONS PEOPLE HIRE A LAWYER

    MFL058 THE TWO REASONS PEOPLE HIRE A LAWYER

    If you're facing a court hearing, whether it's a divorce or a child custody case, you need to be prepared to speak to a judge. In this episode I share the two reasons people hire lawyers, and share some tips on how to prepare if you're going to be self-represented. 

    • 10 min
    MFL057 HOW TO TALK TO A LAWYER

    MFL057 HOW TO TALK TO A LAWYER

    In today's episode some guidance for those people who are looking to represent themselves in court, but still need to meet with a lawyer to get some feedback and direction. How to maximize the time, and avoid the "fluff" that lawyers, honestly, don't care about.

    PLUS, the book that everyone who is going to represent themselves in any negotiation should read. 

    • 9 min
    MFL056 "I've just been served with a Restraining Order!"

    MFL056 "I've just been served with a Restraining Order!"

    If you've just been served with a Domestic Violence Restraining Order (DVRO) and/or Divorce Petition - this is the episode you need to listen to IMMEDIATELY! 

    • 9 min
    MFL055 Prepping for a Divorce

    MFL055 Prepping for a Divorce

    It's the end of 2020, and this horrible year is coming to an end with many couples thinking about calling it quits next year. If that is you, this episode will give you a place to start your preparation. 

    You can also download the Divorce Guide For Men at www.mensfamilylawcenter.com/divorce-guide-for-men

    • 8 min
    MFL054 REBUILD YOUR CREDIT | PAT WALLEY

    MFL054 REBUILD YOUR CREDIT | PAT WALLEY

    In this episode I talk about the long term solution of suicide to a short term problem - I'm against it. The National Suicide Hotline is 800-273-8255 and the Crisis Line for THE FATHERS RIGHTS MOVEMENT IS 907-312-5552 or email them at crisis@tfrm.us.

    I speak with my friend Pat Walley of DignityCreditSolutions.com - he helps people rebuild their credit post divorce and shows them how to build a business line of credit that is separate from their personal credit history. 

    • 21 min
    MFL053 WHY AM I PAYING FOR HER LAWYER?

    MFL053 WHY AM I PAYING FOR HER LAWYER?

    In this episode I explain why you may have to pay for the lawyers and experts who are representing your ex. It's not fun, but it is legal....and I explain why representing the mother is abused by family lawyers.

    • 6 min

Customer Reviews

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12 Ratings

12 Ratings

AdRock2013 ,

Great info and straight to the point

I appreciate this podcast because he cuts straight to the chase and straight to the point and doesn’t beat around the bush about what court is really like for fathers and how to be prepared. Thank you!

jannarenner ,

Not factual

Gender bias is real. A 2019 scientific study out of George Washington University found that Family Court judges routinely take custody away from mothers and give sole or equal custody to undeserving fathers. For mothers are losing custody and children are being harmed, especially when abuse is alleged.

FamCrimLawProspect ,

Law is NOT gender bias

THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS FATHER OR MOTHER RIGHTS! This is not an “experienced” lawyer. NO TYPE OF FAMILY LAW (or really any kind of law) is GENDER BASED. Just like you don’t get a larger speeding ticket if you are a male rather than a female. A judge will never consider emotions in any generic family law (considering there has been no abuse) case. This podcast is a total waste of time. Fathers and mothers are looked at equally in the eyes of the court. Yes, you can be a bad parent, but as long as you are not physically or sexually abusing your child, there really is not an excuse for a judge to award one parent more than another. Please use your common sense people, you are falling for the family law marketing traps!

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