David L. Levy, J.D., is a pioneer in the field of children’s rights. In 1985, Levy co-founded the National Council for Children’s Rights, later re-named the Children’s Rights Council, which he currently serves as President. As President of CRC, Levy directs the Board of Trustees to strengthen families and reduce the trauma of divorce to children through supporting legislation and programs which favor shared parenting (joint custody), mediation, access/parenting time (visitation), and financial and emotional child support. Levy received a “Lifelong Achievement Award” for his “untiring efforts on behalf of the Children of America” from the National Child Support Office in September, 2000. Levy and CRC received the 1996 “Distinguished Service to Children” award from Parents Without Partners International, sand the “1996 Legislative Achievement” award from the National Parents’ Day Coalition. In 1989, Levy received the Prince George’s County Civic Association award for convincing Prince George’s County, MD to hire the first access (visitation mediator east of Michigan. He is listed in “Who’s Who in America.” A noted author, Mr. Levy has written a myriad of articles on the subject of child custody and divorce mediation which have been published in prominent legal journals as well as noted general interest publications.
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