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Judge Beverly Scarlett – Orange and Chatham County NC Court

Judge Beverly ScarlettNC Fathers is asking Chatham and Orange County NC non-custodial parents, and their family members, to let us know if Judge Beverly Scarlett of the District and Family Courts in your county actually saw you as an equal parent or family member compared to the parent she gave custodial rights to. NC Fathers believes that non-custodial families all over NC, Orange County, and Chatham County NC are tired of being treated like marginalized visitor families who hope to see their children occasionally, and we are building a database of these families who are ready to use their voting power to reform the family courts. Judge Beverly Scarlett should be aware that non-custodial families are tired of watching NC Lawyers  bill parents $5000 retainers over and over in a system they know perpetuates two parents fighting. Judge Beverly Scarlett should be aware that the family courts place more emphasis on child support enforcement which is subsidizing Welfare and other Low Income Assistance programs at the expense of non-custodial families having equal parentage and access to their children. Please review our GOALS and join or MAILING LIST, or better yet Join us on FACEBOOK. NC Fathers welcomes any comments or insight from Judge Beverly Scarlett so that our daily readers can make more informed decisions in future elections.

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Judge Beverly Scarlett - Orange and Chatham County NC District and Family Court

NC Fathers asks Judge Beverly Scarlett, Orange County, and Chatham County NC voters in non-custodial families to click on the RED and BLUE graphic below to get a better understanding of what Judges in the family courts asks non-custodial families to live with daily. Are you going to continue to vote for someone that does not recognize these problems?

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Judge Beverly Scarlett and Orange and Chatham County NC non-custodial voters

Judge Beverly Scarlett should recognize that Chatham and Orange County NC non-custodial parents, grandmothers, aunts, uncles, and other families make up a significant portion of voters in the area. Judge Scarlett should also recognize that non-custodial families come from all racial backgrounds. Also, that many women in these families are equally devastated from the polar awards custodial parents and their families get compared to ours. It is time to put a stop to this, and remove Judges that think like this. Can you imagine what would happen when all these voters unite around this cause and start affecting elections at the State level? Please join us!

NC Fathers wants to make it VERY CLEAR to Judge Beverly Scarlett that MANY WOMEN in paternal families are equally hurt in this system, and we are asking these women to use their influence as voters to bring about reform. Please review our GOAL and join our MAILING LIST to help this process.

As a Orange and Chatham County NC non-custodial family, we ask that you extensively share this article on Judge Beverly Scarlett of the Orange and Chatham County Family and District Courts with other families on sites like Facebook and Twitter to bring about greater awareness. And, please consider joining our MAILING LIST of other Orange and Chatham County NC non-custodial voters.

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July 18, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized | ,

1 Comment »

  1. For a dedicated father who is fighting for equal time with his kids, which Judge is more father friendly all things being equal? Judge Scarlet or Judge Cabe (both Orange County)?

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    Comment by steve lee | February 22, 2017 | Reply


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