How do we unite all Non-Custodial Families? We think what happens many times here is that non-custodial mothers hate this page because of custodial fathers, and non-custodial fathers hate this page because of custodial mothers. Folks, our organization does not advocate for ANY system that maintains the custodial and non-custodial roles. We are not advocating for custodial fathers or mothers. Our belief is that system pits parents against each other and encourages fighting (to win) for 18 years which only hurts children. We think that there needs to be two systems, one where shared parenting is the norm and first thought of Judges. ONLY after one parent either REFUSES to follow shared parenting or is found unfit via EVIDENCE (not accusations) then move to the custodial vs non-custodial roles until the unfit parent resolves his/her issues and then move back to equally shared parenting. Our appeal to you is stop focusing on what the non-custodial/custodial parent has done and focus on the system that is in place to KEEP you fighting to make THEM rich and receive federal money.
NC Fathers believes that in NC there are 4.5 million voters who are associated with a non-custodial family. We believe these people come to us a fathers, paternal grandmothers, step-mothers, paternal aunts and uncles, and other friends and families of the paternal family all who see the frustration with the divisive family courts and social services agencies.
Can you imagine what would happen if 4.5 million voters emailed, FAXed, or called their local, state, and federal legislators and demanded changes to the courts so that you have equal access and parentage to your minor children?
These changes would be made at once. Judges and Legislators need you to keep their jobs.
If you are ready to make these changes, our GOAL is to build a massive email list of non-custodial families who we can then use to change legislation and policies of the courts.