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Nash County NC District Court Judge Pell Cooper

Nash County NC District Court Judge Pell CooperAs a non-custodial family, do you have a history with Judge Pell Cooper of the Nash County District Court? NC Fathers is a State of NC organization of non-custodial families and we are asking non-custodial families in Nash County to contact us and let us know if Judge Pell Cooper or any Judges in the Nash County District Court give equal treatment when dealing with child custody and child support enforcement issues. Additionally, we ask that you share this article on the major social networks with other non-custodial families in Nash County to help bring momentum and insight to this serious issue, and to join our MAILING LIST so that we can build a lobby of NC and Nash County non-custodial families who want to reform the NC Family Courts and Social Services agencies to less divisive and centered around funding of programs derived from non-custodial families. As always, we welcome any rebuttal from Judge Pell Cooper or any Judge with the Nash County District Court.

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Nash County NC District Court, Judge Pell Cooper, and Non-Custodial Families

It important for Judge Pell Cooper and all Judges at the Nash County NC District Court to understand that Nash County non-custodial families are a significant and overwhelming voter base who can effect state, federal, and judicial elections. Surely Judge Cooper and Judges at the Nash County District Court recognize that non-custodial fathers, paternal grandmothers, step-mothers, paternal aunts and uncles are angry and frustrated over a divisive system that always alienates children from them? NC Fathers believes once these family members are united and ready to vote on this issue, that state and federal legislators will reform the NC Family Courts and Social Services agencies to stop this practice of dichotomy when dealing with Nash County families.

Judge Pell Cooper and all Judges in the Nash County District Court should also recognize that non-custodial families come from all ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds and thus equal the single largest swing vote in NC and Nash County.

If you are tired of not receiving equal treatment in the NC Family Courts with Judges and Social Services administrators and staff, then we ask that you contact us and share this article on Judge Pell Cooper and the Nash County District Court with your State and Federal Senators and Representatives.

Nash County NC District Court, Judge Pell Cooper, and Child Support Enforcement

With respect to NC Child Support Enforcement, will Judge Pell Cooper and Nash County District Court Judges explain to Nash County non-custodial families that the State of NC social services agencies get $2 for every $1 collected in child support enforcement to replenish money spent on low income assistance programs? We encourage our readers to extensively read SECTION 458 of the Social Security Act Title IV Part D which explains this revenue generation called “Incentive Payments To States.

Will Nash County District Court Judges and Judge Pell Cooper explain the relationship to low visitation awards for non-custodial families and it’s relation to increased child support collection so that social services can be funded? Will Nash County non-custodial families raise hell about funding low income assistance mothers on the back of them not having equal visitation and parentage of their children Judge Cooper?

Will Judge Pell Cooper and Nash County District Court Judges be able to explain why this software company gets millions of dollars to develop and implement their product that Nash County non-custodial families subsidize instead of developing a program like EQUAL Shared Parenting that brings WAY more psychological, financial, and emotional NATURAL RESOURCES than any software or big government agency could ever hope to bring?

NC Fathers believes that children benefit more from having two equal parents and members of the extended family. Why doesn’t Nash County District Court Judges?

Will Judge Pell Cooper admit that if Nash County Department of Social Services gets so much funding from Nash County non-custodial families, do this open a very wide door for bias and abuse on these families?

Nash County NC District Court, Judge Pell Cooper, and Domestic Violence

With respect to NC Domestic Violence policies that ONLY focus on MALE on FEMALE violence despite new statistics showing that FEMALE on FEMALE violence in domestic partnerships and FEMALE on MALE violence and control via aggression is EQUAL, will Judge Pell Cooper and Judges in the Nash County District Court level with Nash County Non-Custodial families that the mega funding for this hot button social issue gets a lot of attention and resources?

Judge Cooper, are you allowing zero and low evidence based Domestic Violence restraining orders to proceed to conviction to stay in the good graces of special interest groups who have a lot of money and who can help with elections and political aspirations?

Will Judge Pell Cooper and Judges in the Nash County District Court explain to Nash County non-custodial families that hopeful custodial mothers are using the hot button political nature of FALSE Domestic Violence allegations as weapons against men in hopes for favorable treatment in Divorce and child custody courts?

Will Judge Pell Cooper and Judges in the Nash County District Court explain to tens of thousands of Nash County Fathers and Females in their family that Nash County Social Services needs MALE Domestic Violence Monsters to be a reality so that funding can flow and special interest can further their agendas?

As a Nash County NC non-custodial family, you know that false allegations and restraining orders are routinely used to alienate you from your children for years, and it is time to tell Judges to stop using political issues to stay close to purse strings.

Nash County NC District Court, Judge Pell Cooper, and the Family Courts

Surely Judge Pell Cooper and Judges at the Nash County District Court recognizes these difficulties faced by Nash County non-custodial families:

  • Why are Judges in the Nash County District Court giving women custody of children 85% of the time despite no presumption for who gets custody? Judge Cooper? 85% sounds like presumption to us, and we wonder if Judge Cooper would verbalize a problem if 85% of African Americans were not allowed to vote?
  • We are sure Judge Pell Cooper and Judges at the Nash County District Court have heard that there is a “inactive father” issue in NC. If this is true, why are Judges allowing custodial mothers to move children hundreds of miles away from non-custodial fathers and families?
  • Additionally, why are Nash County Judges only allowing 4-5 days a month visitation with their children? NC Fathers thinks BOTH these issues increase inactivity between children and fathers.
  • Why does Judge Pell Cooper continue to jail poverty stricken fathers who cannot pay child support in a dangerous economy, but is seemingly OK with custodial mothers receiving financial, medical, housing, educational assistance to make financial ends meet?
  • Why are Judges in the Nash County District Court not screaming about the unfair practice of custodial mothers getting FREE child support enforcement attorneys who work on their behalf while non-custodial families have to hire private attorneys at $5000 per incident?

Again, if you are a Nash County Non-Custodial family we ask that you join our MAILING LIST and continue to send us information on Judge Pell Cooper and Judges at the Nash County District Court, and extensively share this article on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and other social networks to help educate other Nash County Families.

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