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Judge Keith Gregory – Wake County NC District and Family Court

Judge Keith GregoryJudge Keith Gregory is a Judge with the Wake County NC District and Family Courts. If you are a Wake County NC non-custodial family members and have been in Judge Gregory’s court room, we want you to contact us and let us know if he supported your desire to have equal parentage and access to your children. NC Fathers is an organization of Wake County non-custodial families who have had enough with the policies and procedures of the courts which seems to always alienate us from our children. Therefore, we ask that you help us reach our GOAL by joining our MAILING LIST and extensively sharing this article on Judge Keith Gregory and the Wake County NC Courts with other families on the major social networking sites. Furthermore, we welcome any contact from Judge Gregory, or any Judge in the Wake County NC Family Court to speak directly to 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 Gregory?

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Judge Keith Gregory and the Dangerous Wake County NC Family Courts

Will Judge Keith Gregory acknowledge that the Wake County NC Family Courts are broken? If not, are Wake County NC non-custodial families ready to tell Judge Gregory the courts are broken? Please be sure to click on the red and blue graphic below to get an exhaustive list of problems our organization has compiled for Judges in NC to review.

Judge Gregory, why are there so many special interest groups and agencies that benefit from a divisive family court system? Surely Judge Gregory is familiar with the statement “The only people who win in the family courts is lawyers” that has become a running joke in our country. Are Wake County NC lawyers a special interest group who benefit from two parents fighting for 18 years?

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Does Judge Keith Gregory think that Wake County NC non-custodial families who are akin to International Drug Smugglers and Organized Crime? Surely these two groups have a federal enforcement agency that watches over them. Why do non-custodial families have one watching over them simply because we are not allowed to have equal access to our kids?

NC Fathers could go on all night about the ridiculous nature of the Family Courts and the problems associated with it, but we will leave you to the graphic below for some pretty shocking revelations that we suspect many Wake County NC non-custodial families and even a Judge or two didn’t know was happening.

NC Fathers welcome any rebuttal from Judge Keith Gregory in regards to the data below.

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Judge Keith Gregory and Shared Parenting for Wake County NC Non-Custodial Families

Surely Judge Keith Gregory, and other Judges in Wake County NC, recognize that Wake County NC non-custodial families come from all walks of life? We represent Democrats, Republican, Independents, grandmothers, stepmothers, fathers, paternal aunts, and close friends of these families. Judge Gregory, this is an awful lot of frustrated and angry people. What is going to happen when these families start raising hell with the state and federal politicians? NC Fathers suspects that when greater than 50% of the population starts doing anything, no Judge, or Legislator is going to turn their back on anything. Therefore, we are asking Judge Keith Gregory to start talking to Wake County NC families about adopting equal shared parenting in all family law matters as the STARTING point instead of the dramatic division that occurs now. Will you do this Judge Gregory?

Judge Keith Gregory and the Wake County Department of Social Services

NC Fathers would like for Judge Keith Gregory to speak with Wake County NC step-mothers, paternal grandmothers, fathers, and other family members about the potential for bias and abuse on non-custodial family members since we are a revenue generator for social services low income assistance programs. Also, we want Judge Gregory to understand that we get contact from Wake County NC families daily telling us that social services seemingly has very aggressive tactics they use when dealing with non-custodial families, but we hear stories daily of social services using very kind and easy going rehabilitative measures with custodial mothers in CPS investigations.

Also, NC Fathers wants to ask Judge Keith Gregory WHY non-custodial families are even funding social services in the first place? Judge, this is kind of a slap in the face isn’t it? We aren’t allowed to have equal parentage and access to our kids, and thus have to pay child support that helps low income services?

And lastly, we want to ask Judge Keith Gregory if he feels that by having 100% immunity for ANYTHING social services staff do illegal or dangerous, and when you add in needing custodial families for funding, is this a perfect storm for unprecedented abuse?

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