Mark is a licensed attorney with the State Bar of California. Headquartered in Corona, California, Mark strives to provide effective, quality legal representation for men with a focus on building strong personal relationships to help guide men through the most challenging chapters of their lives.
Mark, a former college baseball player, holds an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration from Ancilla College (IN), a Bachelors in Sport Marketing and Management from Indiana University, and a Masters in Sports Administration from Valparaiso University (IN), prior to receiving his Juris Doctorate in 2017 from Chicago-Kent College of Law with a certificate in Labor and Employment Law where Mark completed the school’s top ranked trial advocacy program.
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 businesses 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 Legal, a law firm devoted to helping men navigate the California Family Law Courts.
Since begging his legal practice, Mark has focused solely on representing me in Divorce, and Child Custody proceedings in Riverside, Orange, and San Bernardino Counties. Mark is an active member of the American Bar Association Family Law Section and the California Lawyers Association Family Law Section as well as being an regular contributor with the Father's Rights Movement and Americans for Equal Shared Parenting.
You can hear Mark on his daily podcast, Father’s Rights with Mark Reel Jr, and at his Youtube Channel, Reel Father’s Rights.
In determining a child's best interests, the California Family Code only lays out two guiding principals: The health, safety, and welfare of children must be a court's primary concern, and Children benefit from frequent and continuing contact with both parents So, Knowing that, What are Steps Fathers Need to Take to Win in Family Law Court? 1.Be active with your child's education and extracurricular activities. Regardless of whether you have your children, you must stay invol