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Judge Debra Sasser – Wake County NC District and Family Court

Judge Debra SasserJudge Debra Sasser is a Judge in the Wake County NC District and Family Court. NC Fathers is asking Wake County NC non-custodial families to contact us if you had a Family Law case in front of Judge Sasser because we want to get some insight on whether she supports equal access and parentage for non-custodial families. Also, NC Fathers asks that Wake County NC non-custodial fathers, paternal grandmothers, step-mothers, and ALL extended family members help us reach our GOAL and join our MAILING LIST. Furthermore, we hope you will share this article on Judge Debra Sasser of the Wake County Courts with other non-custodial families on sites like Twitter and Facebook using the buttons below this article to help bring about greater awareness and education on the issues we bring forth here. Lastly, we welcome any contact or insight from Judge Debra Sasser, or any Judge in the Wake County NC District and Family Court to address our 1800 daily readers.

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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 Sasser?

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Judge Debra Sasser - Wake County NC District and Family Court

Judge Debra Sasser and the Wake County NC District and Family Court

Judge Debra Sasser and all Judges in the Wake County NC District and Family Courts needs to hear from Wake County NC non-custodial families that the system is broken, and it is time to end the systematic alienation of our children from us. Additionally, not only does Judge Sasser need to hear it, your Wake County elected officials need to hear it.

If Judge Debra Sasser read the link to Senator Richard Burr above, she would clearly see examples of the MANY problems non-custodial families face in the Wake County Courts and with Wake County Department of Social Services. Our hope is that Judge Sasser read this article with a sincere concern, and not just focused on poking holes in our data because these issues are real, and they are affecting millions on NC non-custodial families every day in the NC Family Courts.

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NC Fathers hopes that Judge Debra Sasser, or any Judge in the Wake County NC Courts will explain to Wake County non-custodial families why so many special interest groups exists who get enormous funding from the extreme divisiveness in the courts and with social services? And, we want to know why our family is used to fund these politically motivated groups.

NC Fathers hopes that Judge Debra Sasser will speak to our Wake County NC readers and explain if she supports a system built around a big government federal agency that only provides financial support to Wake County children, or if she is more inclined to support a system like equally shared parenting that provides overwhelmingly more emotional, psychological, AND financial support for children when they have TWO EQUAL parents, and TWO EQUAL extended family members?

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Judge Debra Sasser and Wake County NC Department of Social Services

NC Fathers hopes that Judge Debra Sasser, or any Judge in the Wake County NC District and Family Court, will explain to Wake County NC non-custodial families why we are funding low income assistance programs at social services FOR OTHER PEOPLE?

NC Fathers hopes that Judge Debra Sasser will explain to non-custodial families why they are putting food on the plates of government contractors and software developers on the back of our designated non-custodial role and child support payments? Again, we hope that our readers and Judge Sasser read our article to Senator Richard Burr or clicked on the graphic above to get more detail on this disturbing fact.

NC Fathers asks Judge Debra Sasser to speak with Wake County NC non-custodial families about our concerns that if the Wake County Department of Social Services derives so much funding from us, is there a significant potential for abuse and bias when this agency who has immunity for any illegal or dangerous acts deals with us?

Judge Sasser, is social services administrators developing overly aggressive policies and procedures for non-custodial males (and females in the extended family) because we fund their agency? And Judge, are there different policies and procedures for custodial females?

Judge Debra Sasser and Wake County NC Non-Custodial Families

Does Judge Debra Sasser, or ANY Judge at the Wake County Family and District Courts realize non-custodial families importance as voters? Sometimes our organization has to shake our head when we think about non-custodial families ability to in ONE ELECTION cycle completely reform the NC Family Courts if these families were to unite and starting making this an issue in elections. In reality, it does not matter if Judge Sasser agrees with ANYTHING we say, what is important is that YOU KNOW these issues exists and NC Fathers promises you that when African American, Hispanic, Asian, and all ethnic fathers and females in the family start making reform of Social Services and the Family Courts an issue, there is NO Judge or Legislator that will NOT make those changes EVEN if they disagree with it.

In closing, we sincerely hope that Judge Debra Sasser makes a commitment to Wake County NC non-custodial families and their children to bring us to the SAME EQUAL level that custodial mothers and maternal families enjoy. We do matter Judge.

NC Fathers needs your help and support to bring about real change in the NC Family Courts and with overly aggressive social services agencies. This is why it is imperative that Wake County NC non-custodial families share this article on Judge Debra Sasser of the Wake County NC District and Family Court with other families on the major social networking sites using the buttons below. Additionally, it would mean a lot if you would join our MAILING LIST and stay active on the issues we brought out in this article.

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December 24, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized | ,

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  1. Hey there, I am a custodial father, but nearly lost it all fighting for equal custody and parenting right. As hard as I fought, I still did not achieve full financial equality. Even as a custodial father, Sasser attempted to sentence me to jail when I lost my job during the recession, and I had to sell blood plasma twice a week at Talecris while my entire unemployment check went to my ex, just to survive and avoid going to jail. I appreciate what you are trying to accomplish here, as there is a massive need for reforming the entire system, beginning with the greed-driven, crony-loving officials who run this system. I have noticed that Sasser is now gone from the bench. This is a huge positive change. Does anyone know what happened or where she went?

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    Comment by Dad of 3 | December 28, 2015 | Reply


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