NC Fathers Rights

Judge Lou Olivera, Judge Edward Pone – Cumberland County NC District and Family Court

Judge Lou Olivera, Judge Edward Pone - Cumberland County NC District and Family CourtDid you become a marginalized non-custodial family member in the court room of Judge Edward Pone or Judge Lou Olivera of the Cumberland County NC Family and District Court? Are you ANGRY knowing that you are generating money for Social Services low income assistance programs and Welfare on your inability to get equal parenting and access to your children? Are you ready to send the message to Judge Edward Pone, Judge Lou Olivera, and other Judges in the Cumberland County NC courts that you are NOT some visitor family who only deserves 4 days visitation a month and helping Welfare recipients? NC Fathers is asking our readers to review our GOAL and join our MAILING LIST so that we can begin the process of reforming the NC Family Courts and Social Services agencies which we believe NEEDS non-custodial families for political agendas, special interest agendas, and funding. Additionally, we ask that you routinely and extensively share this article on Judge Edward Pone and Judge Lou Olivera with other Cumberland County NC non-custodial families on the major social networking sites to help gain momentum and insight on the unfortunate issues we discuss in this article.

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As always, we welcome any contact or rebuttal from Judge Pone or Lou Olivera to speak with our 1800+ daily readers and several thousand member mailing list.

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Judge Edward Pone, Judge Lou Olivera, and Cumberland County NC Non-Custodial Families

It is time for Cumberland County NC non-custodial fathers, paternal grandmothers, step-mothers, paternal aunts and uncles, and close friends of these families to send the message to Judge Lou Olivera and Judge Edward Pone the message that EQUAL shared parenting needs to be presumption starting out in all family law matters.

Judges Pone and Olivera should recognize that NC non-custodial family members equal about 4.5 MILLION voters in NC, and that we come from ALL political and ethnic backgrounds which makes us an important swing vote.

Judge Edward Pone, Judge Lou Olivera, all Judges in the Cumberland County NC Courts, and both these Judges political parties need to recognize that these issues below affect tens of thousands of military fathers at Fort Bragg.

Judge Edward Pone, Judge Lou Olivera, and the Cumberland County NC Family Courts

Judge Edward Pone, Judge Lou Olivera, and our readers should click on the red and blue graphic below to get a rather disgusting list of historical issues non-custodial families have to contend with in the Family Courts.

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Like many Judges in NC, does Judge Edward Pone and Judge Lou Olivera believe that non-custodial parents are akin to international drug dealers and organized crime figures? If not, then why do these parents get subjected to federal enforcement where we have special case (federal MPI #) numbers and watched monthly for any increase in money?

Does either Judge Edward Pone or Judge Lou Olivera think that two EQUAL parents and their respective extended families bring more resources and opportunities for children than any big government agency or software company can deliver? If not, why?

Does either Judge Edward Pone of Judge Lou Olivera have problems with the fact that non-custodial paternal grandmothers and step-mothers have to visit their sons/husbands in jail when they can not make financial ends meet, while custodial parents are given medical, dental, housing, educational, and financial state and federal assistance to make financial ends meet?

Does either Judge Edward Pone or Judge Lou Olivera have a problem with the fact that despite a reported “absent father” problem in America, many Judges continue to only allow 4 days a MONTH visitation with these fathers children? How does this affect absenteeism Judges?

Does either Judge Edward Pone or Judge Lou Olivera of the Cumberland County NC Courts have a problem with custodial parents receiving FREE legal assistance from federal lawyers while non-custodial families have to secure private lawyers at $5000 per incident?

Can either Judge Edward Pone or Judge Lou Olivera really look non-custodial families in the eyes and tell them the Cumberland County NC Family Courts are NOT divisive?

Despite what Legislators and Judges tell you, child support enforcement is a under handed program that is generating revenue for social services and other agencies who have low income assistance program in NC. In addition, there are many other avenues by which Judges and lawyers in the NC Family Courts propel their political endeavors and financial gain via diversity in the family courts. NC Fathers believes it is this system which is preventing you from having equal access and parentage to your children compared to custodial families. Please consider joining our MAILING LIST and EXTENSIVELY sharing this article on Judge Edward Pone, Judge Lou Olivera, and other Judges in the Cumberland County NC Courts with other families on Twitter and Facebook.

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January 8, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized |

2 Comments »

  1. Lou Olivera is not even a Judge.

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    Comment by suave | December 10, 2012 | Reply

    • Hi suave, you may not have heard of Judge Olivera or seen him on the bench in Cumberland County NC because he is a newly elected Judge in the District Courts.

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      Comment by stompkinsnc | December 10, 2012 | Reply


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