Father’s Rights Advocate Morgan Wilcox Announces Membership in Mediation.com

Attorney and alternative dispute resolution professional known for championing the rights of men in family law matters announced the move as part of online promotion campaign.

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Morgan Wilcox | Utah Mediator | Father's Rights and Family Law

Morgan Wilcox | Utah Mediator | Father's Rights and Family Law

Mediation is a tool that can benefit men as much as women, so I’m proud to offer that option when appropriate – and Mediation.com is the best way I know of to get the word out there about my web site, my skills and experience...

Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 04, 2014

Lauded for his focus on an often-ignored aspect of family disputes, the rights of fathers, Salt Lake City attorney and mediator Morgan Wilcox has built a reputation as one of the few legal and ADR professionals who really “gets” the male perspective during these difficult situations. Seeking to promote his website and practice online, he recently announced his membership in one of the leading online mediation network, Mediation.com.

“There are a lot of outmoded gender ideas about families, divorce, and custody,” said Wilcox. “This cuts both ways, but there’s always been a lot of focus on women’s rights during a family dispute, and the attitude is often that men already have all the advantages and so don’t need advocacy. That might have been true decades ago, but today men need an advocate just as much to defend their rights – and that’s a role I’m very proud to have. Mediation is a tool that can benefit men as much as women, so I’m proud to offer that option when appropriate – and Mediation.com is the best way I know of to get the word out there about my web site, my skills and experience, and the solutions that mediation can offer men in all kinds of family disputes.”

A graduate of the University of Utah and Chapman University School of Law in California, Mr. Wilcox has been practicing for more than five years and currently operates his own practice in Salt Lake City where focuses his practice on father’s rights, adoption, child support, custody and visitation, divorce and all aspects of family law.


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