NC Fathers Rights

Judge Michael Duncan, Judge Mitchell McLean Ashe, Alleghany, Wilkes, Yadkin District Courts

Judge Michael Duncan, Judge Mitchell McLeanNC Fathers is encouraging non-custodial fathers, step-mothers, paternal grandmothers, and paternal aunts in Ashe, Alleghany, Wilkes, and Yadkin County NC to contact us and help send the message to Judge Michael Duncan and Judge Mitchell McLean of the District Courts that you are tired of being treated like a visitor family who is marginalized and must have caps on how much you can see your younger children. NC Fathers is an organization of NC non-custodial families who have a GOAL to reform the NC Family Courts and Social Services agencies to be less focused on child support, Welfare, and other Low Income Assistance Programs at the expense of the non-custodial family. Judge Michael Duncan, Judge Mitchell McLean, and other Judges in the Ashe, Yadkin, Wilkes, and Alleghany County NC Family Courts should not be shocked to learn that non-custodial families are ANGRY to know that their child support efforts is a system whereby Welfare money is replenished. Please consider joining our FACEBOOK PAGE and MAILING LIST to help us build a united organization of non-custodial voters that can start affecting State and Judicial Elections.

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Posts Related to Judge Michael Duncan and Judge Mitchell McLean of the Ashe, Yadkin, Wilkes, and Alleghany County NC District Courts – Senator Richard Burr, Ashe County Department of Social Services, Representative Shirley Randleman

Judge Mitchell McLean, Judge Michael Duncan - Ashe, Yadkin, Wilkes, and Alleghany County NC District and Family Court

Is your NC Family Lawyer to blame?

NC Fathers is very sure that Ashe, Yadkin, Alleghany, and Wilkes County NC non-custodial voting fathers, step-moms, grandmothers, and aunts and uncles are very aware of the divisive family courts that seems hell bent on continuing a system that encourages parental fighting so that the industry of the family courts can continue to thrive. However, we are encouraging families in your communities, Judge Michael Duncan, and Judge Mitchell McLean to click on the RED and BLUE graphic below to get an exhaustive list of issues Judge force you to live under daily.

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NC Fathers is sending the message to Judge Mitchell McLean and Judge Michael Duncan that NC kids benefit more financially, emotionally, and physically when they have both sets of parents AND extended families over an amount of monthly child support can ever achieve.

Judge Mitchell McLean, Judge Michael Duncan and Ashe, Yadkin, Wilkes, and Alleghany County Non-Custodial Voters

NC Fathers wants to thank Judge Michael Duncan and Judge Mitchell McLean for actually helping to build our organization for us. Each time rule against a non-custodial parent (usually a father), they end us ruling against the entire family. This includes women in paternal families from all ethnic backgrounds. Our organization believes that the minute ALL members of non-custodial families unite around this cause and start using their EXTREMELY LARGE voting potential then Legislators and Judges will have the same respect for you that they give the other organizations that benefit financially from you not having equal access and parentage of your children.

Again, please join our FACEBOOK PAGE and MAILING LIST and consider extensively sharing this important article on Judge Mitchell McLean and Judge Michael Duncan of the Ashe, Alleghany, Wilkes, and Yadkin County NC District Courts with other families across North Carolina.

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Please Ask <a href="https://ncfathers.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/judge-michael-duncan-judge-mitchell-mclean-ashe-alleghany-wilkes-yadkin-district-courts">Judge Mitchell McLean</a> and <a href="https://ncfathers.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/judge-michael-duncan-judge-mitchell-mclean-ashe-alleghany-wilkes-yadkin-district-courts">Judge Michael McLean</a> to bring Equal Shared Parenting to Ashe, Yadkin, Alleghany, and Wilkes County NC children.
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