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Judge April Wood, Judge Rod Penry – Davidson and Davie County Court

Judge April Wood, Judge Rod Penry - Family Court in Davidson and Davie CountyWhile this article may seem like it is intended for Judge Rod Penry and Judge April Wood of the Davidson and Davie County NC District Court, the intent of this article is to inform non-custodial fathers, step-mothers, paternal grandmothers, paternal aunts and uncles, and other family members on why they are being treated like second class visitor families who only need 4 days a month visitation with their children. After reading this article, we ask that you GET FIRED UP as a voter, review our GOAL, and join our MAILING LIST. Additionally, we ask that you share this article on Judge April Wood and Judge Rod Penry with other Davidson and Davie County NC non-custodial families on sites like Facebook and Twitter so that this information can be made to those families as well. Ever wonder why Judge April Wood and Judge Rod Penry place so much emphasis on child support and enforcement instead of a system that rewards both parents and provides resources for children from BOTH extended families? Read on..

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Judge Rod Penry, Judge April Wood - Davidson and Davie County NC District and Family Court

As a Davidson or Davie County NC non-custodial family member, surely you recognize the problems that the NC Family Courts and Judges force upon you and your children. However, we ask you to click on the RED and BLUE graphic below to get informed on WHY this system is in place, and we ask that you pay special attention to the Social Security Act, Title IV, Part D, Section 458 which is the legislation that provides REVENUE for Welfare and Low Income Assistance programs on your inability to have equal parentage and access to your children/grandchildren/step-children/nieces and nephews. After reading the data contained by clicking the graphic below, read further to learn why NC Fathers believes that Judge April Wood and Judge Rod Penry advocate for the current system that is financially benefiting Davidson and Davie County NC Lawyers.

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NC Fathers believes that Judge April Wood and Judge Rod Penry are well aware that the amount of money spent by parents fighting in the NC Family Courts over 18 years is more than double what is reported by State officials in regards to child support arrears. If Judges were concerned about children being financially supported, they need to look in their own system. For example, the usual child custody retainer is $5000 for both parents. That is $10,000 right off the bat. Given that the system is so divisive, it is assured that two parents will fight for 18 years. $10,000 x 18 equals $180,000 from just ONE family. When you multiply this figure times every divorced family in the court system, you have an overwhelming amount of Lawyers making money.

NC Fathers believes that Judge April Wood and Judge Rod Penry are going to be hard pressed in saying that there is no industry in the NC Family Courts where the State of NC, Lawyers in the County, and Special Interest groups are benefiting highly while you the non-custodial family are alienated from your children.

Again, please share this article on Judge April Wood and Judge Rod Penry of the Davidson and Davie County NC Family Courts with other families, and join our MAILING LIST.

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March 7, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized | ,

4 Comments »

  1. this judge has no idea how to be impartial. she interjects her own opinions into cases.she oversteps her bounds.she has no considerations for the children and whats really best for them.if you find out she is going to be your judge then get it postponed til another judge is on the bench

    Comment by sg | September 20, 2012 | Reply

    • sg, thanks for the heads up on Judge April Wood. Are you in Davie or Davidson County? Have you and the rest of the non-custodial family joined us on Facebook? http://www.facebook.com/ncfathers

      Comment by ncfathers | September 20, 2012 | Reply

  2. I am a mother and I being treated like the non custodial father. I was throw out my married home and my daughter was taken from me. My ex husband lied about me make me out to be unstable and unable to see my daughter. Court April Wood has been over my child custody for the last 5 years. I have done everything that the courts have asked me to do. Judge April is so bias and allow a child to be around drugs and alcohol. That isn’t a good enivornment for a child to be raising in. I will continue to fight for my child and I continue to stand up to Judge April Wood. It is about the money and not the safe and welling being of children.

    Comment by Katherine Davidson | May 14, 2013 | Reply

    • Katherine, we agree with a large part of what you said, but we have some concerns that you think that non custodial fathers should be treated this way.

      Comment by stompkinsnc | May 14, 2013 | Reply


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