Cordell & Cordell Law Firm To Present Free “Men’s Divorce School” Seminar In Chattanooga Oct. 23

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Men's Divorce School, a complimentary seminar presented on Tuesday, Oct. 23 at the Chattanooga Marriott Downtown in Chattanooga by the domestic litigation firm Cordell & Cordell, will provide a crash course in divorce 101. 

The seminar is designed to educate guys on their rights and what to expect as they transition through divorce.  

"Cordell & Cordell understands the unique challenges men and fathers face once a marriage ends. The seminar provides attendees a treasure trove of information to help put themselves in a better position to succeed," officials said.  "Learn what mistakes to avoid in your divorce case by registering for this free seminar."

Registration for the seminar will begin at 6 p.m. The seminar will run from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

"Perceptually, men are at a disadvantage in family courts, but Cordell & Cordell is committed to supporting men through the divorce process and has established itself as a leader in family law devoted to equal rights for men," officials said.

“Our firm protects and promotes men's family and financial interests before, during and after divorce,” said Joseph Cordell, J.D., C.P.A., LL.M., and co-founder of Cordell & Cordell. “Men have chosen Cordell & Cordell since 1990 because they want to feel that their interests and the interests of their children are aggressively championed.”

"If you're a man facing a divorce - perhaps one you don't even want - you should attend this free seminar," officials said.

Register for the complimentary seminar online at MensDivorceSchool.com.


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