Judge Marion Warren, Judge Jerry Arnold Jolly – Brunswick, Columbus, Bladen County NC Courts
Judge Jerry Arnold Jolly and Judge Marion Warren of the Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County NC Courts are two Judges in Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County NC who rule in court cases involving child custody and child support enforcement. Before reading this article on Judge Warren and Judge Jolly, we ask that you read this article on Senator Richard Burr as it goes into extensive detail on the issues we will touch on here. If you are a member of a Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County non-custodial family, be it a paternal grandmother, step-mother, paternal aunt, or a father, then we ask that you share this article on both Judges with other non-custodial families in North Carolina to help educate them on the environment we think exists which keeps you alienated from your children compared to maternal families access. Please be sure to use the social sharing buttons at the end of this article to routinely publish this article on the major social networking sites. Additionally, we ask that you join our MAILING LIST and help us reach our goal of one million NC non-custodial families who we believe can immediately change the divisive nature of the NC Family Courts in one election cycle. As always, we welcome any rebuttal or insight from Judge Jerry Arnold Jolly or Judge Marion Warren on this article.
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Judge Jerry Arnold Jolly, Judge Marion Warren, and the Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County Family Courts
Neither Judge Jerry Arnold Jolly or Judge Marion Warren should be shocked to learn that Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County non-custodial families think that the courts are broken, are very divisive, and unfair to children. In our article to Senator Richard Burr above, we pointed out no less that thirteen issues that have dramatic consequences with respect to non-custodial families being systematically alienated from their minor children.
Additionally, neither Judge Warren or Judge Jolly should find it hard to believe that the revenue generation for social services, special interest groups, and software companies who all want Title IV-D child support enforcement money is a slap in the face of Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County NC non-custodial families who deserve and desire equal parentage and access to their children. Therefore, NC Fathers will flat out ask Judge Jerry Arnold Jolly and Judge Marion Warren WHY the courts have to be so divisive and why are there so many special interest groups eating at the plate of child support enforcement funding instead of the courts focusing on a program that strengthens Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County children’s parents and extended families who bring more resources and opportunities to the plate than any big government program could ever hope to bring?
Judge Warren, why are Judges in the Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County Courts perpetuating a “inactive father” problem in NC when Judges routinely exacerbate this issue and allow custodial mothers to move hundreds of miles away from non-custodial families? Additionally, why are you only giving non-custodial families 4-5 days a month visitation with children? Judge Jolly?
Why is Judge Marion Warren and Judge Jerry Arnold Jolly throwing poverty stricken fathers in jail during this dangerous economy for inability to pay child support when custodial mothers get extensive federal and state assistance to make financial ends meet?
Why is Judge Marion Warren and Judge Jerry Arnold Jolly not recognizing that giving custodial mothers free child support enforcement lawyers is a problem when non-custodial families have to secure private attorneys at $5000-$7000 per incident?
With respect to NC Child Support Enforcement and NC Domestic Violence policies, is Judge Jolly and Judge Warren working in concert with Social Services agencies to insure that non-custodial fathers and families remain a funding source for these hot button political social issues?
NC Fathers is asking our readers, Judge Jolly, and Judge Warren to click on the RED and BLUE graphic below to get a rather disgusting list of issues Judges force us to face daily. Please pay PARTICULAR attention to the information about the Social Security Act which is using child support enforcement to fund Welfare and Low Income Assistance recipients and their children, while you are alienated from yours. Angry knowing that Judge Jerry Jolly and Judge Marion Warren have put Bladen, Columbus, and Brunswick County NC Non-Custodial Fathers, Step-Mothers, Paternal Grandmothers, Paternal Aunts and Uncles in this position?
Judge Jerry Arnold Jolly, Judge Marion Warren, and Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County Non-Custodial Family Dynamics
Neither Judge Jerry Arnold Jolly or Judge Marion Warren can deny that voting non-custodial families in NC equal greater than 50% of the population when you consider non-custodial fathers, and ALL family members and friends of the non-custodial family who see and feel your struggle daily. NC Fathers sincerely believes that when 4 million North Carolinian’s start emailing, writing, and FAXing their local, state, and federal Representatives and Senators about these issue, they will be FORCED to act. And, shortly after that Judges will follow.
If you are tired of not having equal access and parentage to your children, and you are tired of Social Services and Judicial abuse, the ONLY way out of this is to start affecting elections like the special interest groups do.
Judge Judge Jerry Arnold Jolly and Judge Marion Warren should realize that NC Fathers is getting almost 1800 daily readers and we already have thousands of people on our mailing list. Additionally, we will continue to use advanced social networking and search engine marketing to reach our goal of putting this data into the hands on NC non-custodial families.
Again, please join our MAILING LIST and be sure to share this article on Judge Jerry Arnold Jolly and Judge Marion Warren with other Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County NC non-custodial families on Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, and other social networks routinely.
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