Mark Reel Jr.
Mark is a licensed attorney with the State Bar of California. Headquartered in Riverside, California, Mark strives to provide effective, quality legal representation for men in the Inland Empire and Orange County with a focus on building strong personal relationships to help guide men through the most challenging chapters of their lives.
Prior to founding Reel Fathers Rights, Mark spent nearly a decade as a sports and fitness industry executive, working for multiple Major League Baseball Franchises, and one of the biggest fitness brands in the country, as well as founding and operating multiple startups in the sports and fitness spaces.
After going through his own custody struggle, Mark found his passion and turned back to the law and founded Reel Father’s Rights, a law firm devoted to helping men navigate the California Family Law Courts.
Since launching his legal practice, Mark has focused solely on representing men in Divorce, and Child Custody proceedings in Riverside, Orange, San Bernardino Counties. Mark also hosts a weekly show STATE of the FAMILY COURTS presented by The Fathers Rights Movement every Thursday night at 5pm PST/8pm EST. Mark is a member of the American Bar Association Family Law Section, The International Counsel on Shared Parenting, and Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity.
Chicago-Kent College of Law, 2017
Valparaiso University, 2014
Masters Degree, Sports Administration
Indiana University, 2013
Bachelors Degree, Sports Marketing and Management
Ancilla College, 2011
Associates Degree, Business Administration
International Counsel on Shared Parenting
American Bar Association. Family Law Section
Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity
Founded by a Father, Designed for Fathers.
Reel Fathers Rights possesses an unfaltering desire to help men during one of the most challenging chapter of their lives. Uncompromising and relentless in fighting to preserve a fathers right to be a parent. Whether it be divorce, child custody, domestic violence accusations, or child support, a father can rest assured that his case is in goods hand with the Reel Fathers Rights team.