NC Fathers Rights

Judge Julie Kepple and Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young – Buncombe County NC District Court

Judges Julie Kepple and Patricia Kaufmann YoungJudge Julie Kepple and Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young are both Judges in the Buncombe County District Court that rule in cases that dramatically affect Bunmcombe County non-custodial families. NC Fathers is an organization of NC non-custodial families who seek changes in Family Law and Social Services matters that we feel systematically alienate Buncombe County fathers, paternal grandmothers, step-mothers, and other paternal families from their minor children because of special interests groups, politics, and funding of services at social services. We are asking Buncombe County non-custodial families to join our MAILING LIST and extensively share this article on Judge Julie Kepple, Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young, and other Buncombe County District Court Judges with other non-custodial families on the major social networks to help gain awareness and momentum on this serious matter. As always, we welcome any rebuttal from any Judge in the Buncombe County District Court.

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** See Update at the end of this article for January 2014 **

Buncombe County District Court, Judge Julie Kepple, Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young and Child Support Enforcement

The one think that deeply disturbs NC Fathers about NC Child Support Enforcement that you will not hear from Judge Julie Keeple, Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young, and other Buncombe County District Court Judges is that the State of NC is generating revenue on the backs of the Buncombe County non-custodial family and their children and diverting this money to social services for low income assistance programs. We encourage all Buncombe County Families, who are routinely denied equal visitation and parentage, to do their homework on the Social Security Act Title IV-D legislation and especially Section 458 and read THIS ARTICLE.

The question that we have for Judge Julie Kepple, Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young, and all Buncombe County NC District Court Judges is does this legislation and political policies have anything to do with denial of custody for fathers and low visitation awards so that child support collection can be maximized for social services funding? Pursuant to this legislation, the State of NC gets back TWO dollars for every ONE dollar collected in child support, this means that someone paying $350 dollars a month in child support, they are helping to generate $700 a month for low income mothers and children. This seems like an awful big incentive to discriminate against non-custodial families to us.

Will Judge Julie Kepple, Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young, and other Judges with the Buncombe County NC District Court tell you how much this government contractor who is building a multimillion dollar software program for the State of NC child support agencies will cost? Why are software developers being fed on the backs of Buncombe County non-custodial families not seeing their children equally Judges?

Why are Buncombe County non-custodial families paying for social services programs and software companies instead of Judges lobbying for a program like equal shared parenting that gives children two EQUAL parents, and two EQUAL extended families that bring much more to the table than any software company or big government federal agency will ever provide? Do any Judges in the Buncombe County District Court have an answer for this?

Here is a question for Buncombe County non-custodial fathers and paternal females in the family that is sure to ruffle the robes of Judge Julie Kepple, Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young, and other Buncombe County NC District Court Judges. Have you ever been handed a Domestic Violence restraining order which alienated you and your family for up to a year on a case that had little or NO evidence? READ WHY

NC Fathers is asking Buncombe County District Court Judges to come clean on the culture of hopeful custodial mothers using the political hot button topic of Domestic Violence to win divorce and child custody matters, and the attention and social services resources that come with that. How wonder it must be to pick up a phone, call 911, say your scared and immediately win custody and alienate the paternal family from their children. But this isn’t wonder for the kids is it Judge Keeple? Judge Young?

So why is this happening? Big MONEY Funding for MALE on FEMALE Domestic Violence (FEMALE on MALE violence is very hush hush at the NC Domestic Violence Coalition so we aren’t allowed to talk about that.

Will Judges in the Buncombe County District Come clean on the amount of federal funding that comes down the pipe just for Domestic Violence YEARLY? We will, it is 1.6 BILLION dollars. That is a bunch of lobby funding for political races huh Judges?

Getting to the point, Judge Julie Keeple, Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young and all Buncombe County District Court Judges NEED for MALE Domestic Violence MONSTERS to exists to that funding can remain high and keeping smiles on lobby organizations that keeps smiles on Judges faces.

Judge Young, if social services gets funding from the Domestic Violence loving “Deadbeat Dads” the Buncombe County District Court creates, then does that open the door for social services administrators to write policies and procedures that beat the hell out of non-custodial fathers and families (to keep funds alive) while coddling custodial mothers who get low income assistance? Judge Keeple?

Will Judge Julie Kepple, Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young, or any Buncombe County NC District Court Judge tell you that social services has complete immunity from being sued by people this agency harms? What are great setup, you get to be bias and deal harshly with people so that you can get money, and you can’t be sued for it?

Judges in Buncombe County District Court need to address this with non-custodial families.

Here is some data that Judge Julie Kepple, Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young, or any Judge at the Buncombe County NC District Court does NOT want to hear. Non-Custodial families in Buncombe County are one of the largest majority voting blocks AND swing vote that could change the issues outlined in this article in one election cycle if they were to unite and vote on this issue.

NC Fathers reminds non-custodial fathers and families of their numbers. 42% of the voting public comes JUST from fathers. When you add in paternal grandmothers, step-mothers, paternal aunts and uncles, and other family members and friends who watch you get discriminated with in the Family Courts and Social Services agencies, you have a VERY overwhelming voter base. And, in regards to a swing vote, these families come from African American and Hispanic families as well, and the females in these paternal families see this daily. Join our MAILING LIST and start talking with your state and federal elected legislators and Judges TODAY!

Buncombe County District Court, Judge Julie Kepple, Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young – Our Readers Are Listening

Judges in the Buncombe County District Court should be aware that NC Fathers is getting just under 1800 visits today and our readers are giving us data about your courts. We are building a massive mailing list from Non-Custodial families in Buncombe County NC and all over NC. These people are very frustrated and angry from the years of dealing with the dichotomy in the Family Courts and with Judges who dismiss good fathers to the role of visitor and federal child support enforcement MPI #. We also hear from females in the paternal family more on these issues because they get hurt in the matters equally.

We want to assure Judge Julie Keeple and Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young that readers will find this article on the search engine because of it’s placement, and we will be talking to Buncombe County non-custodial families via Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and other social networks.

Again, to help virally spread the word about this article on Judge Julie Kepple, Judge Patricia Kaufmann Young, and other Buncombe County District Court Judges, we ask that you routinely share this article with other Buncombe County non-custodial families on the major social networks and join our MAILING LIST so that we can keep you informed if these Judges respond.

Update 2014: We recently had a paternal grandmother and step-mother (women voters) contact our organization regarding their son/husband relating to a decision Judge Patricia Young made in which she removed all visitation rights because of a 50B. In their conversation with us, they relayed that the mother of the child alleged domestic violence in the court room, but that there were no calls to 911, no evidence of domestic violence, or any witnesses. It literally just popped up in court likely as a tactic to win custody and marginalize the father. In our talks with these two women, we pointed them to this article which everyone in Buncombe County needs to read.

Also, Judge Young and Judge Kepple have some explaining to do on why fathers lose visitation rights to their children but these custodial parents had rights to their children (note: at the bottom of this linked page is links to 13 other pages of custodial parents committing domestic violence and murdering their children)

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