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Judge Charles T. L. Anderson, Judge Lunsford Long – Chatham and Orange County NC Court

Judge Lunsford Long, Judge Charles T.L. AndersonAre you a NC non-custodial family member or parent who became a marginalized visitor family at the hands of Judge Lunsford Long or Judge Charles T.L. Anderson of the Chatham and Orange County NC Family Courts? If so, NC Fathers invites all non-custodial family members, be it a step-mother, father, grandmother to join our organization and our mission to bring equally shared parenting to NC and stop the war of parents. NC Fathers is sending Judge Lunsford Long and Judge Charles T.L. Anderson the message that Chatham and Orange County families are tired of being treated like second class citizens, that we should have equal parentage and access to our children, and it is tile to stop the Welfare payments from the federal government which is keeping social services afloat on the backs of non-custodial families. Please consider joining our FACEBOOK page and joining our MAILING LIST so that we can build a central repository of non-custodial voters in Chatham and Orange County. NC Fathers welcomes any comments or insight from Judge Lunsford Long or Judge Charles T.L. Anderson so that our growing database of voters can make informed decisions at the next election.

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Judge Charles T.L. Anderson, Judge Lunsford Long - Orange and Chatham County NC District and Family Court

Judge Lunsford Long and Judge Charles T.L. Anderson, as well as Chatham and Orange County non-custodial grandmothers, step-parents, aunts and uncles, and parents should recognize the many biases the Family Courts dumps on the heads of these families daily and we invite you to click on the RED and BLUE graphic below to get the complete list of problems you face daily. Please pay special attention to the link to the Social Security Act, Title IV Part D, Section 458 as we believe this is a big part of why you do not see your children compared to custodial families. Also, if your NC Lawyer to blame?
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Judge Lunsford Long, Judge Charles T.L. Anderson, and Chatham and Orange County NC Non-Custodial Family Voters

Judge Charles T.L. Anderson and Judge Lunsford Long should recognize that Chatham and Orange County NC non-custodial families make up a huge portion of voters in each county given the divorce rate, and the rate at which unwed parents are conceiving children. NC Fathers believes that women in paternal and non-custodial families are being equally hurt within the Chatham and Orange County NC Family Courts and we look to you as a big source of the change we seek. NC Fathers also wants to remind Judge Long and Judge Anderson that non-custodial families come from all racial backgrounds. PLEASE consider joining our FACEBOOK page and MAILING LIST so that we can encourage Judge Charles T.L. Anderson and Judge Lunsford Long to bring equally shared parenting to NC, or help us in finding new Judges and Legislators who will respect your contribution to your children that does not just involve a child support payment that you pay because you do not have equal access to your kids.

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July 18, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized | ,

1 Comment »

  1. In my opinion, Judge Anderson is extremely biased. He goes completely against the Non-Custodial Parent, has no thought what so ever in regards to the best interest of the children. In his eyes you are guilty before you even speak.

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    Comment by MaryAnn | March 25, 2014 | Reply


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