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Judge Eric Chasse – Wake County NC District and Family Court

Judge Eric ChasseWill Judge Eric Chasse of the Wake County NC District and Family Court speak to Wake County NC non-custodial families on why they do not have the opportunity to have equal access and parentage of their children?NC Fathers is an organization that needs Wake County NC families who deserve equal shared parenting without a federal agency standing over their shoulders to help spread this article on Judge Eric Chasse and other Judges in the Wake County Courts on the major social networking sites to help us build a massive database of non-custodial families in NC who can effect elections and legislators to bring presumption for Equally Shared Parenting in the Family Courts. To help us with this GOAL, we ask that you join our MAILING LIST as well. NC Fathers welcomes any contact from Judge Chasse on this issue, and we will be glad to post his contact message for our 1800 daily readers to view. Before continuing, we ask that you read our similar article to Judge Ned Mangum as it goes into extensive detail on the issues we will briefly touch on here.

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Roughly half of custodial mothers today have male children who will one day be pushed to the margins of their kids lives if they experience a divorce and have children. Where do you think these non-custodial grandmothers (who will also be marginalized as well) will stand then? With Equally Shared Parenting Judge Chasse?

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Judge Eric Chasse - Wake County NC District and Family Court

Judge Eric Chasse and Wake County NC Family Courts

NC Fathers is asking Judge Eric Chasse to explain to Wake County NC non-custodial families why equal shared parenting does NOT work over the current system we have now where one parent wins, and the other loses… and custodial parents usually win by denigrating the other parent with every bit of dirt they can find? Seriously, in one sentence can Judge Chasse do this?

Judge Chasse, what is wrong with saying to two parents:

“OK, you both created your child, and you are now going to equally raise the child. At our next meeting I want a parenting plan that you both create (via attorneys if need be) where you keep the importance of the other parent in mind. And, there will be NO mud slinging, no negativity, and once completed you both will follow it. If either of you break this plan, then we will move to custodial/non-custodial role with the parent who breaks this plan having the traditional non-custodial role”

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Judge Eric Chasse must hear from Wake County NC non-custodial families that the current system is broken, and that it is serving no purpose for children to be brought up with 18 years of parenting digging up as much dirt in an attempt to maintain/get custody.

Judge Eric Chasse must hear from Wake County NC non-custodial families that putting one parent into a federal enforcement system where the ONLY goal is financial support, and when you remove this stigma and allow the non-custodial parent the ability to shed that role and be a equal parent, with equal time, you will likely get greater financial support. Surely Judge Eric Chasse sees the continued revolving door in child support enforcement court, can he really say this system is working? NC Fathers believes strongly when you empower non-custodial parents to be equal compared to the other parent, that empowerment will transcend to greater responsibility not only financially, but also emotionally and psychologically. And, having equal NATURAL BIOLOGICAL resources from both extended families is everything a child needs. Why does this not work Judge Chasse?

Judge Eric Chasse must hear from Wake County NC non-custodial families believes the current system is built around money, power, votes, special interest, and funding for agendas for special interest. Surely Judge Chasse has heard the saying that “The only people who win in Family Court are Lawyers”. In our article to Judge Ned Mangum, we pointed out a LOT of special interest groups who financially gain from the current system. Can Judge Chasse look any Wake County non-custodial family member in the eye and say that this is not what it is about?

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Judge Eric Chasse and the Wake County Department of Social Services

Can Judge Eric Chasse put to rest our organizations fear that if the Wake County Department of Social Services, who is the main beneficiary of enormous funding from non-custodial parents and their families, that there is NO potential for abuse and bias where policies and procedures are handed down to staff that maintains (or increases ) this funding?

Is Judge Eric Chasse SURE that social services staff and administrators are not working off of policies and procedures that causes them to deal with non-custodial families harshly so they stay in their non-custodial roles (and generate funding), while custodial parents are dealt with lightly?

Is Judge Eric Chasse sure that the 100% immunity protection afforded to social services staff is NOT inherently dangerous for Wake County NC families? Surely Judge Chasse will admit that if staff (or agency) were to be held accountable for any illegal or dangerous decisions, then staff would be more inclined to make sure boundaries were not cross. Surely this leads to equal standards and a guarantee of  sounds services for families?

Can Judge Eric Chasse put to rest our organizations fear that this immunity is simply a protection of the funding social services gets to make sure that low income assistance programs continues to survive?

Judge Eric Chasse and Wake County NC Non-Custodial Families

Judge Eric Chasse needs to know that Wake County NC non-custodial families come from all walks of life. We represent African American women of paternity and fathers. We represent Hispanic and Asian women of paternity and fathers. In fact, we represent all ethnic backgrounds of women in paternal families and fathers. Is Judge Chasse aware that NC non-custodial families equal about 4.5 million voters in NC and because of the diversity we are the single largest swing vote in NC?

NC Fathers believes that the INSTANT these families unite around their natural lobby existence and recognize that NO legislator or political machine can withstand nearly half of a State’s population of voters. NC Fathers believes that this time has come. What do you think Judge Chasse?

Will Judge Eric Chasse of the Wake County NC District and Family Courts support equally shared parenting as the STARTING POINT in all family court matters?

NC Fathers really does need your support. Our Goal is to reach NC’s 4.5 million voting members of non-custodial families who deserve to have the same access and parentage that mothers and maternal families enjoy. And, we need to be out from some federal enforcement agency that watches our every move. NC Fathers believes very strongly that when equal shared parenting in Wake County NC is realized, children will enjoy two equal parents, two equal extended family members, and the emotional, psychological, AND financial resources that no big government program could ever hope to bring. Again, please join our MAILING LIST and share this article on Judge Eric Chasse with other families on Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, and other social media sites to gain maximum exposure.

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