NC Fathers Rights

Judge Jan Samet, Judge Tabatha Holliday – Guilford County NC District and Family Court

Judge Jan Samet, Judge Tabatha Holliday - Guilford County NC District and Family CourtWhere does Judge Jan Samet and Judge Tabatha Holliday of the Guilford County NC Family and District Court stand on EQUAL Shared Parenting? The reason we ask this is because we believe that Guilford County NC non-custodial families are MAD, frustrated, and ready for the ability to have equal parentage and access to their children. NC Fathers is asking that you review our GOALS and join our MAILING LIST so that when it comes time to affect legislation we have the numbers to do this. This can be achieved much faster if you make a commitment to extensively share this article on Judge Jan Samet and Judge Tabatha Holliday with your friends and family on Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, and other networks. NC Fathers looks forward to any contact or rebuttal by Judge Jan Samet, Judge Tabatha Holliday, or any Judge with the Guilford County NC District Court so that our 1800+ daily readers can make more informed decisions at election time.

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Judge Tabatha Holliday defeated Polly Sizemore in the 2012 election.

Judge Samet and Judge Holliday - Guilford County NC Court

Judge Tabatha Holliday, Judge Jan Samet, and Guilford County NC Non-Custodial Family Voters

NC Fathers wonders if Judge Jan Samet and Judge Tabatha Holliday recognizes the significant issues that affect Guilford County NC non-custodial families? If not, we invite both Judges and our readers to click on the red and blue graphic below which outlines these dangerous issues.

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After reading the issues we just outlined, are you angry knowing that your child support efforts are also making money available for Welfare and Social Services Low Income Assistance Programs? If so, it is impossible not to wonder if the Guilford County NC Judges do not also realize this is happening and are working in concert with their political affiliations and social services administrators to make sure you STAY non-custodial and paying as much child support as possible to make sure these programs exists. NC Fathers hopes that Judge Jan Samet and Judge Tabatha Holliday will address this for Guilford County NC families.

Do you think that Judge Samet and Judge Holliday recognizes the significance of non-custodial family voters? It is important to note that when you add up all non-custodial fathers, paternal grandmothers, step-mothers, paternal aunts and uncles, and other family and friends, then you have a very significant and overwhelming voter base that can reform the NC Family Courts and Social Services agencies that we believe stand in your way of you and your children.

Judge Jan Samet and Judge Tabatha Holliday should also recognize that these families are the LARGEST swing vote in Guilford County NC because they come from Democrat, Republican, Independent, and Unaffiliated backgrounds.

Judge Jan Samet and Judge Tabatha Holliday should also recognize the importance of WOMEN in paternal families who are equally hurt by the divisive family courts.

Judge Tabatha Holliday, Judge Jan Samet, and the Guilford County NC Family Courts

Why aren’t Judge Jan Samet and Judge Tabatha Holliday supporting and lobbying for EQUAL Shared Parenting and advocating for continued division and federal enforcement? Does neither Judge recognize that children gain way more benefits, opportunities, and resources from BOTH parents and their extended families than any big government federal agency can ever deliver? If not, then there is a serious problem because quite frankly enforcement is a slap in the face of Guilford County NC non-custodial families given the funding of social services and welfare programs associated with child support.

NC Fathers has to wonder if Judge Samet or Judge Holliday are concerned that given the funding source from non-custodial families, there is a HUGE potential for social services agencies to use their 100% immunity to deal overly aggressively with non-custodial families. We think this happens every day.

Again, it is super important that you extensively share this article on Judge Jan Samet, Judge Tabatha Holliday, and all Judges with the Guilford County NC District Court to help gain momentum and direction on these important issues that affect your lives every day. Once you do, please also join our MAILING LIST.

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January 9, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized |

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  1. This is not as easy as you make it out to be. When the children are in your home no matter how difficult it is financially you still share your resources with the children. When they aren’t you still have to pay something. The courts are fair on these amounts and it falls on the non custodial parent to budget this amount and pay it because the children aren’t there to just consume it. This may not be easy but you have to do it and strong laws exist to enforce it as well as review the amounts if circumstances change. We didn’t get paid for over a year and no one went to jail…. They got their burden reduced and caught up at a rate of 50 a month. In the meantime we continued to pay out child support and take care of the ones in our house. You want more when it’s already too lenient.

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    Comment by Erik Schmidt | November 4, 2012 | Reply

    • Erik, you are commenting on a article about Judge Jan Samet and Judge Polly Sizemore of the the Guilford County NC Courts. Did you have a specific comment or question about either of these Judges? Additionally, I totally missed your point. When you are talking about “WE”, who are you refering to? Are you a custodial father receiving child support or a man who is married to/dating a woman receiving child support? Are you suggesting that it is OK that Judges deny equal parenting time to a non-custodial parent and they should just accept it and pay child support?

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      Comment by stompkinsnc | November 4, 2012 | Reply


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