Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) April 25, 2012
"Divorce Courts and the legal system are destroying the next generation of Americans and I hope our new talk show opens up an entirely new dialogue toward changing that system,” said one of America’s leading experts on the subject, Attorney, Ed Gadrix.
The Eddie Esq. Show, http://www.eddieesq.com hosted by Gadrix, is a new radio talk show starting this week on WNJC AM (1360) Philadelphia (S New Jersey, N. Delaware). The show will be broadcast every Thursday at 4 p.m. and can be heard on line at http://wnjc1360.com/listen-live/
“Our goal is to encourage other radio stations to join us in a national syndication to get the message and dialogue out there that unless we take a different approach to handling divorce and custody matters, we’re doomed to continue creating children who grow into dysfunctional adults and families. I hope the managers of those stations will call me and become a part of the show, “said Gadrix.
Statistics reveal 50% of marriages end in divorce. Gadrix hopes the new talk show will bring together creative approaches and ideas as to how we move from the traditional marriage into parties living separately with children. He said further, “the parties divorce, but neither one divorces the children. We need a new system to keep both involved with those children.”
Twenty-first Century mothers find themselves on a more equally social and financial footing with men than their 20th Century counterparts. But with that, comes work and time demands that leave less time to parent children at home. Many times it’s the father who stays at home and takes care of the kids. When divorce happens, many times the father is sent away to be a visitor in the lives of the children, and the mother continues her career having a nanny take care of the kids.
There is the growing number of same sex marriages where children are involved. The new question is how will our divorce procedures handle the parenting time with children of those divorces?
Gadrix said, “I wish our churches and marriage counselors of yesteryear had solved the problem of society by keeping families together. They’ve saved some but not as a society as a whole, and we need to deal with the problem on a larger and broader scale.”
The Eddie Esq. Show is set to accentuate the failures and successes of divorce, mixed with drama and humor. Listeners are encouraged to call and write in their own stories in order to get to the root of the problems and solutions effecting so many.
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The Eddie Esq. Show
1560 Warsaw Road