NC Fathers Rights

Judge Jacquelyn Lee, Judge Paul Holcombe – Johnston, Lee, Harnett County NC Court

Judge Jacquelyn Lee, Judge Paul HolcombeNC Fathers is concerned that Judge Jacquelyn Lee and Judge Paul Holcombe of the Harnett, Lee, and Johnston County NC Family and District Court are more concerned about child support enforcement and benefits for custodial parents, than equal parentage and access by both parents and their extended families. NC Fathers believes that non-custodial families in Harnett, Lee, and Johnston County NC are ANGRY knowing that the Family Courts place so much emphasis on child support collection and custodial parents wanting money at the expense of non-custodial fathers, step-mothers, paternal grandmothers, paternal aunts and uncles, and other family members being equals to custodial families. Needless to say, both Judge Jacquelyn Lee and Judge Paul Holcombe should be aware that child support enforcement is responsible for the majority of social services funding for Welfare and other Low Income Assistance programs and we are concerned that the State of NC is so dependent on this system that is prevents equal parentage and access to children by non-custodial families. NC Fathers also wants to know if it is this system (that surely both Judges know exists) that is responsible for low visitation awards and allowing custodial mothers to move kids hundreds of miles away from custodial families so that child support is increased, and thus funding for the State? Furthermore, we have to wonder if Judge Holcombe and Judge Lee are protecting lawyers in Harnett, Lee, and Johnston County and their obvious benefit (multiple retainer fees per month over 18 years) financially from the divisive family courts that put two parents against each other.

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Or, if Judge Jacquelyn Lee and Judge Paul Holcombe are furthering the agenda of their political party affiliations or special interest groups that have lobbied Family Court Judges for Decades, we want to remind both Judges there are a LOT OF WOMEN in paternal families who are suffering when Judges marginalize Fathers for the sake of child support.

Posts Related to Judge Jacquelyn Lee and Judge Paul Holcombe of the Harnett, Lee, and Johnston County NC District and Family Courts – Senator Richard Burr, Sheriff Tracy Carter, Lee County Department of Social Services, Republican Representative N Leo Daughtry

Judge Jacquelyn Lee, Judge Paul Holcombe - Lee, Harnett, and Johnston County NC District and Family Court

NC Fathers invites non-custodial fathers, step-mothers, paternal aunts and uncles, paternal grandmothers, Judge Jacquelyn Lee, and Judge Paul Holcombe to click on the RED and BLUE graphic below to get an exhaustive list of issues non-custodial families face daily at the hands of Judges, and we ask that you pay special attention to the links pointing to the Social Security Act as we believe this is the incentive for the State of NC and Judges to alienate you from your children for the benefit of others.

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NC Fathers also encourages Harnett, Lee, and Johnston County NC non-custodial families to review our GOAL and join our MAILING LIST, as well as remember both these Judges and their political party at the next election.

Please remember to extensively and routinely share this article on Judge Jacquelyn Lee and Judge Paul Holcombe with other families on Facebook and Twitter so that our message reaches a larger number of other voters in non-custodial families.

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Please Ask <a href="https://ncfathers.wordpress.com/2012/03/19/judge-jacquelyn-lee-judge-paul-holcombe-johnston-lee-harnett-county-nc-court">Judge Jacquelyn Lee</a> and <a href="https://ncfathers.wordpress.com/2012/03/19/judge-jacquelyn-lee-judge-paul-holcombe-johnston-lee-harnett-county-nc-court">Judge Paul Holcombe</a> to bring Equal Shared Parenting to Lee, Harnett, and Johnston County NC children.
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