NC Fathers Rights

Judge Sherry Dew Tyler, Judge William Fairley – Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus Court

Judge Sherry Dew Tyler and Judge William Fairley Judge Sherry Dew Tyler and Judge William Fairley are both District Court Judges in Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus County NC who rule on cases in divorce, child custody, and child support enforcement court. NC fathers is a grassroots organization of Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus County non-custodial families who seek to reform the family courts to be less divisive and adopt better policies so that these families are not alienated from their children. NC Fathers is asking that all Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus County NC non-custodial fathers and females in the paternal families who daily experiences the issues outlined in this article to share this article on Judge William Fairley and Judge Sherry Dew Tyler with other Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus County non-custodial families on the popular social networking sites to help educate them. Additionally, NC Fathers is building a central repository on non-custodial family voters from Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus County who we believe can start voting on these issues and change policies so that you can have equal parentage and access to your children, grandchildren, step-children, and nieces and nephews. Please join our MAILING LIST. As always, we welcome Judge William Fairley or Judge Sherry Dew Tyler to speak with Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus County non-custodial families and will be happy to post any rebuttal or insight.

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NC Judge William Fairley and Sherry Dew Tyler

Before beginning our article, we ask that Non-Custodial Families click on the Red and Blue Graphic Below to see a rather long list of problems families face in ALL NC Family Courts, paying special attention to the State of NC generating revenue FROM Non-Custodial Families for Social Services programs that undoubtedly Judge Sherry Tyler and Judge William Fairley know about. How do you feel knowing that your Child Support efforts are helping Welfare and Low Income Assistance Recipients raise their kids more easily, while you are being alienated from your children? How do you feel about Judge Sherry Dew Tyler and Judge William Fairley knowing this is happening?

Our article on Sheriff Chris Batten is also a must read for every single non-custodial family member in Columbus County NC.

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Posts Related to Judge Sherry Dew Tyler and Judge William Fairley: Brunswick County Department of Social Services. Additionally, read more about NC Child Support Enforcement and NC Domestic Violence policies that NEEDS and CREATES Deadbeat Fathers and Abusers for needed federal funding.

Judge Sherry Dew Tyler, Judge William Fairley, and Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus County NC Non-Custodial Families

NC Fathers is asking Judge Sherry Dew Tyler and Judge William Fairley to remember that representatives from non-custodial families in Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus County come from all backgrounds, including African American families, Hispanic families, and all other ethnicity. Additionally, that women in paternal families are equally involved in these issues. NC Fathers believes that there are very well funded and super powerful lobby and special interest groups who are well united and have an interest in a divisive family court to meet their groups agenda. It is imperative that non-custodial families become a lobby in their own right since we believe that ALL members of the paternal family equal a overwhelming voter base in NC. Please help send this message to Judges Tyler and Fairley via your local House and Senate politicians and let them know you intended to vote on this issue.

Judge Sherry Dew Tyler, Judge William Fairley, and the Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus County Family Courts

Undoubtedly, Judge Sherry Dew Tyler and Judge William Fairley will acknowledge these issues for Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus County NC non-custodial families:

  • Despite no presumption for who gets custody, we believe judges all over NC continue to give custody to mothers 85% of the time. Judge Tyler, does this mean that 85% of fathers, paternal grandmothers, step-mothers, and other members of the paternal family are unfit? This sure sounds like presumption to us. Judge Fairley?
  • Judge Fairley, why do custodial mothers get free child support enforcement attorneys EVERY time they believe they have an issue, while non-custodial fathers and families have to hire private attorneys at $5000 per incident? Judge Tyler?
  • Judge Fairley, why do you routinely send fathers to jail for inability to meet financial obligations, but recognize that custodial mothers get extensive housing, educational, financial, and medical incentives and tax credits to make financial ends meet? Judge Tyler?
  • Why does Judge Sherry Dew Tyler and Judge William Fairley allow custodial mothers to move children hundreds of miles away from non-custodial families, then perpetuate a inactive father problem in North Carolina?
  • Judge Tyler, why do many fathers and non-custodial families in Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus County still only get 4-5 days a month visitation a month with their children? Judge Fairley?
  • Will Judge Sherry Dew Tyler and Judge William Fairley say that there is a direct correlation to scant visitation awards to maximize enforcement collection so that the State of NC can generate revenue for low income social services programs? NC Fathers believes this is significant. For every father in NC who pays $350 in child support, the federal government gives back the State of NC twice that ($700) for social services per month. This certainly sounds like a OVERWHELMING incentive Judges.

Again, NC Fathers hopes that EVERY single Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus County non-custodial family shares this article on Judge Sherry Dew Tyler and Judge William Fairley with other families in Greensboro and Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus County to help gain awareness, and we hope you join our MAILING LIST so that we can educate you on new legislation and problems in the Family Courts and Social Services agencies as it relates to the systematic alienation of children from non-custodial families due to needed funding, special interest groups, and politics.

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Please Ask <a href="https://ncfathers.wordpress.com/2012/02/18/judge-sherry-dew-tyler-judge-william-fairley-bladen-brunswick-columbus-court">Judge Sherry Dew Tyler</a> and <a href="https://ncfathers.wordpress.com/2012/02/18/judge-sherry-dew-tyler-judge-william-fairley-bladen-brunswick-columbus-court">Judge William Fairley</a>, to support a less divisive Family Court System that is only hurting Bladen, Columbus, and Brunswick County NC Children.
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