Judge Margaret Eagles – Wake County NC District and Family Court
Did you become a non-custodial parent, or are a family member of a non-custodial parent, after having a case in the court room of Judge Margaret Eagles in the Wake County NC Family and District Court? If so, or if you identify and support the issues in this article, NC Fathers invites you to join our MAILING LIST and help us reach our GOAL of reforming the NC Family Courts and Social Services agencies. We also ask that you help build awareness and insight by sharing this article on Judge Margaret Eagles with other Wake County NC non-custodial families on the major social networking sites so that they can join this initiative. As stated in other articles, we welcome any contact or rebuttal from Judge Margaret Eagles, or any Judge in the Wake County NC District and Family Courts and we will be happy to post the response for our 1800 daily readers so that they can make informed decisions at election time.
Roughly half of custodial mothers today have male children who will one day be pushed to the margins of their kids lives if they experience a divorce and have children. Where do you think these non-custodial grandmothers (who will also be marginalized as well) will stand then? With Equally Shared Parenting Judge Eagles?
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Judge Margaret Eagles and the Wake County NC District and Family Court
Since today is Christmas, NC Fathers wants to wish Judge Margaret Eagles, and all Judges at the Wake County NC District Court a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Additionally, for the tens of thousands of Wake County NC non-custodial fathers, paternal grandmothers, step-mothers, or other family members who are not allowed to see their children this Christmas because a Family Court Judge allowed the custodial mother to move your children hundreds of miles away, we hope that you will take the opportunity to wish Judge Eagles a Merry Christmas and hope that her day with her family is good.
When is Judge Margaret Eagles going to look Wake County NC non-custodial families in the eye and tell them that the Family Courts are broken, and that she is lobbying for and is supportive of a system like equal shared parenting that will provide Wake County NC children greater access to ALL their family members?
Is Judge Margaret Eagles one of the Judges in NC who recognizes that there is a very serious problem with “absent fathers” in Wake County, and if so can she explain how only giving non-custodial fathers and families 4 days visitation and allowing custodial families to move our kids away helps with this absenteeism?
Will Judge Margaret Eagles and other Judges in the Wake County NC Courts explain why non-custodial fathers are in a federal enforcement program and tracked from state to state much like other enforcement agencies do (DEA and FBI) instead of being in a program that allows them to support their kids when they have EQUAL access to them? Is putting all Wake County NC non-custodial fathers into a federal enforcement program some time of stigmatization attempt Judge Eagles?
NC Fathers hopes that our readers, Judge Margaret Eagles, and other Judges in Wake County will click the graphic below to get an EXHAUSTIVE list of very dangerous problems we feel Wake County NC non-custodial families face in the NC Family Courts and Social Services agencies.
Judge Margaret Eagles and Wake County NC Department of Social Services
If Judge Margaret Eagles read the information contained by clicking the graphic above, she saw that NC Child Support Enforcement is simply not a program ONLY designed to provide money to Wake County NC children. Does Judge Eagles have ANY concern that if Wake County non-custodial families are a significant funding source for social services, is it a good bet that there are abuses and bias in this agency that unfortunately deals aggressively with non-custodial families and very lightly with custodial families?
Will Judge Margaret Eagles explain to Wake County NC families why we are providing funds for software developers to develop and implement social services tracking software for agencies?
Judge Margaret Eagles and other Judges in the Wake County District Court should be aware that we get contact almost hourly from individuals in Wake County about illegal and very dangerous practices at social services and our concern is that this problem is related to the massive federal funding they get. Also, our organization has concerns that social services has 100% complete immunity from accountability for any dangerous acts they commit, and we think this is a big problem for non-custodial families since again, we are a big source of funding.
Will Judge Margaret Eagles address this for Wake County NC non-custodial families?
Judge Margaret Eagles and Wake County NC Non-Custodial Families
Is Judge Margaret Eagles aware that Wake County NC non-custodial families are a very large and overwhelming group of voters who can bring sweeping reform and changes to the Wake County NC courts and social services agencies the moment they unite and make this an issue they vote around? It is important that all Judges and elected officials recognize not only our importance in our kids lives, but also as a very angry and frustrated group of people who are tired of being alienated from our children so that we can fund social services and software programs.
Judge Margaret Eagles should be aware that our ranks include Democrats, Republicans, Independents, women of paternity, fathers, and close friends who see the problems we face. And, NC Fathers is here to encourage these individuals to make the issues in this article a voting issue in future elections.
Will Judge Margaret Eagles and other Judges in Wake County NC support this?
As stated earlier, it is imperative that Wake County NC non-custodial families get involved and active on this important issue. And, we ask that in your daily travels when you meet other Wake County residents and learn that they too are a member of a non-custodial family that you introduce them to our organization and invite them to become a part of our MAILING LIST. And, we hope you will help our cause and extensively share this article on Judge Margaret Eagles of the Wake County NC Family Court on sites like Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin to help gain maximum exposure.
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