NC Fathers Rights

Judge Avery Michelle Crump, Judge Angela Bullard Fox – Guilford County NC Court

Judge Avery Michelle Crump, Judge Angela Bullard Fox - Guilford County NC CourtJudge Avery Michelle Crump and Judge Angela Bullard Fox are both Judges in the Guilford County NC District and Family Court who decide child custody and child support matters. Did you become a Guilford County NC non-custodial father, paternal grandmother, step-mother, paternal aunt or uncle in the court room of Judge Fox or Judge Crump? Are you MAD knowing that there is a direct relation to child support payments, Welfare and Social Services Low Income Assistance Programs? Will Judge Avery Michelle Crump, Judge Angela Bullard Fox, or any Judge in the Guilford County NC District Court admit that low visitation awards and a focus on child support enforcement is more about revenue generation for the State of NC, special interest groups, lawyers, and political aspirations (we are about to discuss all these issues)? Please review our GOALS and join our MAILING LIST if you are tired of being marginalized as a federally enforced visitor family who only deserves 4-5 days a month visitation with your children. Also, we strongly encourage you to share this article on Judge Avery Michelle Crump and Judge Angela Bullard Fox with other NC and Guilford County NC non-custodial families to help bring about awareness and momentum on achieving equal parentage and access to your children.

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NC Fathers, our 1800 daily readers, and few thousand member mailing list welcomes any contact or rebuttal from Judge Avery Michelle Crump, Judge Angela Bullard Fox, or any Judge in the Guilford County NC Family Courts.

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Judge Angela Bullard Fox, Judge Avery Michelle Crump, and Guilford County NC Non-Custodial Families

NC Fathers is curious what Judge Angela Fox, Judge Avery Crump, their respective political affiliations, and other Judges in the Guilford County NC Courts think will happen when Guilford County NC non-custodial fathers from African American, Caucasian, Asian, Hispanic, and other ethnic families unite and start voting with WOMEN in paternal families? And especially now that they know that their child support payments are helping Welfare and Medicaid recipients?

NC Fathers can tell both Judges what will happen. Given that this segment of NC voters equals about 4.5 million votes in NC, Legislators and Judges who need your vote will start telling other lobby groups to take a hike and develop a system of equality that gives Guilford County NC children way more natural supports from two equal parents and their extended families.

If you are ready to have equal parentage and access to your children, send this message to Judge Avery Crump and Judge Angela Fox by joining our MAILING LIST.

Judge Angela Bullard Fox, Judge Avery Michelle Crump, and the Guilford County NC Divisive Family Courts

NC Fathers asks that our readers, Judge Avery Crump, Judge Angela Fox, and other Judges click on the read and blue graphic below to see an exhaustive list of concerns we have that are being used to systematically alienate Guilford County NC families from their children so that others can gain.

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Our first question in this section, is to ask Judge Angela Fox and Judge Avery Crump if they are aware that NC Social Services agencies get $2 for every $1 they collect in child support that is then used to subsidize Medicaid, TANF, and other services?

Does Judge Avery Crump or Judge Angela Fox have any concerns that social services is dealing overly aggressive with non-custodial fathers and families given they are a source for funding that many custodial families use?

Another question for Judge Avery Crump and Judge Angela Fox is that… is there any relation to very low visitation awards for Guilford County NC non-custodial families so that child support and accompanying DSS funding can get maximized?

Yet another question for Judge Avery Crump, why are custodial parents given extensive housing, educational, financial, medical, dental, and tax incentives to help make financial ends meet, while non-custodial grandmothers and step-mothers have to go visit non-custodial fathers in jail when they have difficulty making financial ends meet? Can Judge Angela Fox answer this?

Judge Fox, it seems like there are an awful lot of agencies, special interest groups, and lobby organization that make money, get votes, and derive power from the divisive Guilford County NC Family Courts. Is this why 4.5 million non-custodial voting families do not get the same respect that custodial parents get in the District Courts? Judge Crump?

Again, please consider joining our MAILING LIST and extensively sharing this article on Judge Avery Michelle Crump and Judge Angela Bullard Fox with other Guilford County NC interested parties on sites like Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, and other networks.

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January 9, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized |

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