NC Fathers Rights

Judge David Thomas Lambeth, Judge Kathryn Overby – Alamance County NC Court

Judge David Thomas Lambeth, Judge Kathryn Overby - Alamance County NC CourtWhere does Judge David Thomas Lambeth and Judge Kathryn Overby of the Alamance County NC District and Family Court stand on EQUAL Shared Parenting? Did you become a non-custodial parent in either of these Judges court room? NC Fathers is an organization of Alamance County NC non-custodial families who have a desire to see equal parentage and access to their children be realized. Please review our organization’s GOAL and help our cause by joining our MAILING LIST. Additionally, we STRONGLY encourage you to excessively share this article on Judge David Thomas Lambeth and Judge Kathryn Overby with other Alamance County non-custodial families on the major social networking sites to help gain momentum and insight on the issues our organization feels keeps these families disconnected from their children. As always, NC Fathers welcomes any insight or rebuttal from Judge David Thomas Lambeth, Judge Kathryn Overby, or any Judge from the Alamance County NC District or Family Court to address our 1800 daily readers.

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Judge Kathryn Overby, Judge David Thomas Lambeth, and the Alamance County NC District and Family Court

In case either Judge David Thomas Lambeth or Judge Kathryn Overby are confused as to the major concerns Alamance County NC non-custodial families face each and every day in the District and Family Courts, we encourage our readers and both Judges to click on the red and blue graphic below to get a better idea of the disturbing problems we want changed.

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Our first, and foremost, concern that we want Judge David Thomas Lambeth and Judge Kathryn Overby to address with non-custodial families is WHY we are funding social services low income assistance initiatives at the Alamance County Department of Social Services and putting food on the plate of many government contractors that work for NC Child Support Enforcement? Surely Judge Lambeth and Judge Overby can imagine the frustration and anger of non-custodial families that they are helping people they do not know on the back of their inability to get equal parentage and access to their children? If not, we encourage them to contact their Senators and Representatives about this horrendous fact about enforcement.

Our second question to Judge David Thomas Lambeth and Judge Kathryn Overby, is there any correlation to denial of custody or low visitation awards for non-custodial families so that child support payments can be maximized and the accompanying federal dollars this brings? More on this issue HERE (Alabama related but enforcement is a federal program that equally affects NC).

Since it is clear that Alamance County NC and Burlington non-custodial families are funding social services and special interest groups, does Judge David Thomas Lambeth or Judge Kathryn Overby have ANY concerns that this agency uses their 100% immunity from civil lawsuits to deal overly harsh and aggressive with non-custodial families because of their funding, while dealing lightly with custodial families? Are you sure Judges?

Why is Judge David Thomas Lambeth and Judge Kathryn Overby not lobbying the Administrative Offices of the Courts for presumption of EQUAL shared parenting in the Alamance County NC District and Family Courts? Surely both Judges recognize that children who have TWO equal parents, AND their respective extended family of paternal grandmothers, step-mothers, paternal aunts, and other family members, get more NATURAL SUPPORTS than any federal agency or software program will ever bring? Or, do either of these Judges have evidence that the current system where two parents fight for 18 years to “win something – custody” is better for children? Sure, we realize it creates happy lawyers (which Judge Lambeth and Judge Overby are) because of $5000 retainers every few years, but surely neither Judge Lambeth or Judge Overby will say this is better for kids?

Again, we hope you will click on the red and blue graphic above to get detailed information on the issues we just touched on here.

Judge Kathryn Overby, Judge David Thomas Lambeth, and the Alamance County NC District and Family Court

Here is the good news. NC Fathers has to wonder what Judge David Thomas Lambeth, Judge Kathryn Overby, their respective political parties, and other Judges in the Alamance County NC District and Family Court are going to think when Democrat, Independent, Unaffiliated, Republican, Caucasian, Hispanic, African American, and Asian non-custodial fathers join hands with the many paternal grandmothers, step-mothers, paternal aunts, and now adult children in these families and start affecting local, state, federal, and judicial elections? And, surely Judge Lambeth and Judge Overby recognizes the demographics above as being a significant swing voter base?

The bottom line? Because of the data above, NC non-custodial families equal about 4.7 MILLION voters in this great State. And, you are already a natural lobby organization who is angry and frustrated. If you are tired of being treated like a second class visitor family who only deserves 4-5 days a month visitation and a federally enforced family, then we encourage you to join our organization and help us send the message to Judge David Thomas Lambeth and Judge Kathryn Overby that the time is NOW for equal shared parenting.

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