Advocating for Men’s Rights in Divorce With Carrie Schultz

EP: 152

Carrie Schultz

Advocating for Men’s Rights in Divorce

Divorce Dialogues · Advocating for Men’s Rights in Divorce with Carrie SchultzMany fathers walk into the divorce process feeling disempowered. And while it is true that the judicial system has historically been biased toward mothers, things are evolving. So, what can men do to advocate for their rights in divorce and avoid losing custody of their children?

Carrie Schultz is the Founder of MR. Men’s Rights Divorce & Family Law of New Jersey by Schultz & Associates. A recognized and sought-after matrimonial law attorney, Carrie is a frequent lecturer, moderator, and panelist for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education as well as the New Jersey Association of Justice.

On this episode of Divorce Dialogues, Carrie joins Katherine to discuss the most common mistakes men make in divorce and explain why so many fathers assume they’ll ‘lose their kids’ in the process. She advises men not to compromise with a soon-to-be ex before they understand their options, describing how to be amicable without agreeing to something you might regret later. Listen in to understand how the inclination to solve problems can backfire in divorce negotiations and learn Carrie’s top three things fathers should never do in the divorce process.

Topics Covered 

What inspired Carrie to focus her practice on men’s rights in divorce

The common mistakes men make in the divorce process

Why so many men assume they will ‘lose their kids’ as a result of divorce

The perceived fears both men and women have around the divorce negotiation process

How the inclination to solve problems can backfire in divorce negotiations

Why you shouldn’t compromise with your spouse before you understand your options

How to talk to your spouse without agreeing to something you might regret later

The top 3 things fathers should avoid in the divorce process

What men should do if they’re victims/accused of domestic violence

Connect with Carrie Schultz

Men’s Rights Divorce & Family Law of New Jersey

Men’s Rights Divorce on Twitter

Schultz & Associates on Facebook

Carrie at MR. Men’s Rights Divorce & Family Law

Email theteam@schultzfamilylaw.com 

Call (201) 880-9770

Connect with Katherine Miller

The Center for Understanding Conflict

Miller Law Group

Katherine on LinkedIn

The New Yorker’s Guide to Collaborative Divorce by Katherine Miller

Email katherine@westchesterfamilylaw.com

Call (914) 738-7765