NC Fathers Rights

Fathers: Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County Child Support Enforcement

Carteret County Child Support EnforcementWe are reaching out to Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC Fathers, Paternal Grandmothers, as well as all paternal females related to children via paternity who are ready to reform the NC Family Courts and the NC Child Support and Enforcement system.

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We know a lot of you in Carteret, Craven and Pamlico Counties are reaching out on the Internet looking for data as it relates to the NC Child Support and Enforcement system, as well as the NC Courts. We know why you are searching… your sick of being denied custody or equal visitation. We know your sick of being jailed for not being able to pay child support while custodial mothers are given federal and state assistance to make ends meet.
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UPDATE 6/19/2015 – We are receiving considerable contact from non-custodial fathers who have restraining orders issued on them by Carteret County Judges in which they are ordered to have no contact with their wife or girl friend yet have provided us extensive documentation where while under the restraining order the other party continued to publicly and maliciously malign and speak ill of the adjudicated person. In EVERY case brought before a Judge about a person asking for no contact but continued to talk about the case and misrepresent information, they did nothing about it.

Related Posts to Carteret County Child Support Enforcement –  Judge Paul Quinn, Judge Walter Mills, Sheriff Asa Buck, Carteret County Department of Social Services

Carteret County Child Support Enforcement

Pamlico County Department of Social Services

We know many use false domestic violence allegations to receive favor in the Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico courts to gain a strategic advantage in child custody matters, and we know that your local representatives are doing nothing about it.
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We are ready to do something about it, and we are very sure when fathers and the females related to him start contacting judges and legislators about it that something will be done about it.

So again, if you are a father or paternal female who is beating their heads against the wall wondering why the Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico Courts and NC Child Support Enforcement System is alienating you from your children and grandchildren we ask you to READ THIS POST and then get in touch with us to see how you can help us help you.

If you have any concerns or information as it related to Carteret County, Pamlico County, or Craven County Child Support Enforcement then you join contact us on FACEBOOK and be sure to join our MAILING LIST so that we can build a massive organization of non-custodial families in NC.

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Update 2015


August 21, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized


  1. I am having a big problem with Carteret County Child Support Enforcement and specifically Amy Odum who does not seem particularly interested in resolving my matter. Do you have any suggestions?


    Comment by Bob (Carteret County NC Father) | April 30, 2013 | Reply

    • Who is Amy Odum?


      Comment by stompkinsnc | April 30, 2013 | Reply

      • I believe she is the director of child support enforcement in the county here but I am not for sure. What sickens me is that many of the ladies who work for enforcement probably have husbands and sons who will one day be hit by this system and they don’t seem to care.


        Comment by Bob (Carteret County NC Father) | April 30, 2013

      • Bob, first things first. We are not based in Carteret County and we don’t know who all the directors are. As for advise, I suggest you contact an attorney who can deal with Mrs. Odum and enforcement if they won’t resolve your problem. You also brought up a good point, it really is sick that over half the custodial mothers in the State of North Carolina have male children who they are working so hard within a system that is going to view their worth more as a payment provider and visitor rather than equal parent. And your right, there are probably workers in enforcement who will one day be a non-custodial grandmother demanding that their sons have more time with their grandchildren. But for now, enforcement is more about getting more and more Title IV-D federal money that is then diverted to social services to help out women and children. They have no incentive to help resolve non-custodial fathers issues as long as you are triggering their beloved federal money via increased collection. But their day will come if they have sons. You also have to wonder what their poor husbands think about them valuing fathers and marginalized parents rather than equal parents.


        Comment by stompkinsnc | April 30, 2013

      • I can assure you when and if Amy Odum’s son becomes eligible to have the standard non-custodial parent designation she will argue that HE be a father then turn around and advocate that all other fathers in the county be given as little time with his child as possible so that their federal performance level can be met.


        Comment by Jennings | July 18, 2013

  2. I was in child support enforcement court today with Judge Rowe and can relay that he seems very fair even to fathers and does not share the mentality of enforcement by which they want to get as much money as possible even if that means at the risk of the NCP/child relationship. It is very clear they have a performance level to meet to make sure they get their Title IV-D money which means they need as many non-custodial fathers pushed away from their children. They are in no way out for the children, they just want money to get the federal match so their jobs are justified and DSS has money to give to mom’s who life off the system. I was impressed by Judge Rowe today.


    Comment by RK | July 18, 2013 | Reply

  3. If anyone is unfamiliar with how carteret county child support court works, here is how it works as a father. You walk in the room and along the right side of the room is a line of women lined up to speak with her free government lawyer and about six young ladies that work along side her. You sit out in the room with other the other guys not told a word. She on the other hand gets to go up and get all this information and preparation. If you are called up, it’s to make a deal right there. The child support enforcement staff are located along this huge table right in front of the Judge and when you go before the Judge you are put off to the side not unlike the poor soul who summarily had custody decided before you went into court. Again, like when custody was decided long before you even hired a lawyer, the same routine will play out here. If you are lucky enough to have several thousands of dollars, it won’t help. None of your concerns or arguments will be heard. Your ex-wife and her free team will get everything they ask for because the Judge realizes he/she is in front of the voting public and ruling for mom looks good at election time.


    Comment by Kevin (Carteret County Marginalized Father) | July 19, 2013 | Reply

  4. What about Judicial and Political Corruption that runs amuck in this area?


    Comment by Helen Davis | January 31, 2018 | Reply

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