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Judge John Covolo, Judge William Charles Farris – Nash County Courts

Judge John Covolo and Judge William Charles FarrisJudge John Covolo and Judge William Charles Farris are Judges in the Nash County NC Courts who rule in Child Custody and Child Support Enforcement matters. NC Fathers is encouraging all Nash County NC non-custodial family members to make contact with us and let us know if Judge Covolo and Judge Farris gave you equal treatment and access to your children in rulings. Also, we ask that you view our article on Judge Pell Cooper to see this extensive article on all the issues we think Nash County non-custodial families face in the Nash County NC Family Courts. NC fathers asks families to share this article on Judge John Covolo and Judge William Charles Farris on the major social networking sites to help gain insight and motivation on equal shared parenting. Additionally, we ask that you join our MAILING LIST as we are building a database of NC non-custodial families that we can use to effect new legislation around reforming the NC family Courts and Social Services agencies. As always, we welcome any rebuttal by Judge John Covolo and Judge William Charles Farris.

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NC Fathers thinks that Judge William Charles Farris and Judge John Covolo of the Nash County NC Courts will be hard pressed to say that Nash County non-custodial families get equal treatment in the Family Courts. However, we are more interested in what Nash County NC non-custodial families have to say about these courts.

NC Fathers seriously believes that children gain more emotional, financial, and psychological supports from two equal parents and their extended paternal families than any federal enforcement agency can deliver and it is time for Judge William Charles Farris and Judge John Covolo to focus from NC Child Support Enforcement funding of social services and political agendas to presumption for EQUAL shared parenting in the courts.

NC Fathers hopes that anyone reading this article will read our article on Judge Pell Cooper as we feel it is an in depth article on all issues Nash County non-custodial families face in regards to child support enforcement, NC Domestic Violence policies, funding of social services, special interest groups, and political agendas. Our organization of bloggers sincerely hopes that Nash County non-custodial families send this message to Judge William Charles Farris and Judge John Covolo after reading the information below.

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Judge William Charles Farris, Judge John Covolo, and Nash County Non-Custodial Family Statistics

Judge John Covolo, Judge William Charles Farris, and all Judges with the Nash County NC Courts needs to understand that non-custodial fathers in NC represent 42% of the voting population and when paternal grandmothers, step-mothers, paternal aunts and uncles, and other family members who equally suffer in the extremely divisive family courts are added to the mix then we have a significant and overwhelming voter base that no Judge or Legislator can deny as important in elections.

NC Fathers is very sure that once Nash County non-custodial families realize their massive numbers and voting ability, the Nash County Courts and Social Services agencies will turn on a dime when you start affecting elections on these issues.

Additionally, Judge William Charles Farris and Judge John Covolo should recognize that non-custodial families are the single largest swing vote in Nash County because females in paternal families, African American, and Hispanic families are involved deeply with these issues.

Again, be sure to contact us and let us know what your thoughts are on Judge Farris and Judge Covolo as we think it is important that they hear your stories and realize that you are not a federal enforcement MPI # and visitor family 4 days a month.

Again, NC Fathers ask that you join our MAILING LIST and send us any questions you have about the data in this article, and to get active with this important issue. Additionally, we ask that Nash County NC non-custodial families share this article on Judge William Charles Farris, Judge John Covolo, and other Judges in the Nash County Courts on sites like Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and other networks using the sharing buttons below.

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Please Ask <a href="https://ncfathers.wordpress.com/2011/12/20/judge-john-covolo-judge-william-charles-farris-nash-county-courts">Judge John Covolo</a> and <a href="https://ncfathers.wordpress.com/2011/12/20/judge-john-covolo-judge-william-charles-farris-nash-county-courts">Judge William Charles Farris</a> to bring Equal Shared Parenting to Nash County NC children.

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