NC Fathers Rights

Judge Christine Underwood, Judge Deborah Brown – Iredell and Alexander County NC District Court

Judge Deborah Brown, Judge Christine UnderwoodNC Fathers is encouraging Iredell and Alexander County NC non-custodial families to join us on our FACEBOOK PAGE and MAILING LIST and share their experiences with Judge Christine Underwood and Judge Deborah Brown of the Iredell and Alexander County NC District and Family Courts. Specifically, we want to know if either Judge respected you as an equal parent and extended family member with regards to your minor family member, or dismissed you as the historical visitor family who only deserves 5 days visitation a month with your children. Do you feel that Judge Christine Underwood and Judge Deborah Brown was more concerned about getting another family under child support enforcement so that social services in Iredell and Alexander County NC could start getting a greater amount of money for Welfare and Low Income Assistance programs via your marginalization? Has anyone in the county heard Judge Underwood or Judge Brown lament over the “absent father” problem in your county, then watch as they allow custodial mothers to move kids hundreds of miles away, thereby creating “absent fathers”? NC Fathers is an organization of non-custodial fathers, step-mothers, paternal grandparents, and paternal aunts and uncles who we believe represent a huge voter base that could end the systematic abuse and bias that exists in the Iredell and Alexander County NC District and Family Courts. We hope you will revire our GOALS, join us, and begin sharing this article on Judge Christine Underwood and Judge Deborah Brown with others families in your respective counties.

Posts related to Judge Christine Underwood and Judge Deborah Brown of the Iredell and Alexander County NC District Courts:  Iredell County Department of Social Services, Senator Richard Burr and NC Non-Custodial Families, Representative Grey Mills, Senator Austin Allran

Judge Christine Underwood, Judge Deborah Brown - Alexander and Iredell County NC District and Family Court

NC Fathers is asking Judge Christine Underwood, Judge Deborah Brown, and other Judges in the Iredell and Alexander County NC Courts to click on the RED and BLUE graphic below to get a rather long and disturbing list of issues they ask non-custodial families to live under for 21 years. For non-custodial family voters, how long are you going tgo let this happen before uniting around these issues and start forcing politicians to either stop this, or help them find new jobs? Seriously folks, non-custodial families are a huge voter block in Iredell and Alexander County NC that come from all ethnic backgrounds, and we want to point out the large numbers of women in paternal families who get hurt by the family courts. NC Fathers wants you to pay special attention to the links pointing to the Social Security Act, Title IV-D, Section 458 which is one of the main reasons we think you are prevented from having a meaningful relationship with your son/daughter, grandchild, or niece/nephew. This legislation, combined with NC Lawyers making incredible amounts odf money via retainers when two parents fight for 18 years, and you in essence have a massive industry or people and organizations who are being funded.

NC County Court Judges offices

Other Questions for Judge Christine Underwood and Judge Deborah Brown of the Iredell and Alexander County NC District and Family Courts

  • Is Judge Christine Underwood and Judge Deborah Brown aware that hopeful custodial parents use false domestic violence and child abuse claims on a routine basis as a tactical advantage in family court? Are you letting these false allegations proceed to conviction to appear tough on this issue so that the special interest lobby grace you with money and voters at election time? Are you aware of the growing number of women in paternal families that are crying foul on this issue?
  • Does Judge Christine Underwood and Judge Deborah Brown think that a big government agency who simply sends money to a custodial mother monthly equal greater opportunities and resources than these children getting tons more when they have their entire family by their side? Why do you think alienating the paternal family is in the best interest of a child?
  • Can Judge Christine Underwood and Judge Deborah Brown of the Iredell and Alexander County Family Courts explain why custodial parents get extensive financial, housing, educational, and food assistance when they get into financial trouble, while you send non-custodial fathers to jail when they get into financial difficulty?
  • Is Judge Christine Underwood and Judge Deborah Brown aware that every time you disrespect and marginalize non-custodial fathers, step-mothers, paternal grandmothers, and paternal aunts, they end up searching you out on social media and search engines, where they find us? What happens when women in African-American and Hispanic Families join with non-custodial fathers and start using their votes to effect elections?

Tired of being disrespected, discriminated upon, and living with bias in the Iredell and Alexander County NC Courts? Please join us on FACEBOOK and tell us your story! And while there, please extensively share this article on Judge Christine Underwood and Judge Deborah Brown with other NC non-custodial families on the major social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.

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September 8, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized | ,

1 Comment »

  1. Christine Underwood, in my case was very opinionated, and she made statements in court that showed her feminist beliefs. I didn’t have a chance in her court to obtain 50/50 custody of my children.

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    Comment by Dustin Long | June 4, 2014 | Reply


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