NC Fathers Rights

Rep Jennifer Weiss – Wake County Democrat – Must READ

Representative Jennifer WeissRepresentative Jennifer Weiss is a Wake County NC Democrat who serves on the NC House Judiciary Subcommittee within the NC General Assembly and who represents tens of thousands of non-custodial fathers, step-mothers, paternal grandmothers, and paternal aunts. NC Fathers is an organization of Wake County NC non-custodial FAMILY members who are on a mission for equal parentage and access to their children. We ask that you review our GOALS, join our MAILING LIST, and collaborate with us on FACEBOOK so that we can learn more about you. Additionally, after reading this article on Democratic Representative Jennifer Weiss, we hope you will routinely share this article with other non-custodial families using email and the popular social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin. At issue in this article, if the fact that Wake County NC non-custodial families have no path to equally shared parenting or joint physical custody of their children. Representative Weiss and the NC General Assembly should be acutely aware that these families are important in kids lives, and should not be treated like second class visitor families, who only deserve 4 days a month with their children assuming they have money to pay a big government agency for the OK to do so. In this article, we are going to explore why we think Rep Weiss and the NC House Judiciary are partially responsible for the historical bias and discrimination that exists in the NC Family Courts and with Social Services agencies. Join NC Fathers today and help us send the message to the NC General Assembly that for going on eight decades now the family courts have been encouraging parental warfare instead of encouraging parents in working together for their children.

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Wake County NC Non-Custodial Parent Question and Answers

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Roughly half of custodial mothers today have male children who will one day be pushed to the margins of their kids lives if they experience a divorce and have children. Where do you think these non-custodial grandmothers (who will also be marginalized as well) will stand then? With Equally Shared Parenting Representative Weiss?

Democrat Representative Jennifer Weiss

It is likely that Representative Jennifer Weiss has no clue what Wake County non-custodial families have to live with, so we are encouraging these families and the distinguished Representative to click on the RED and BLUE graphic below to get a friendly reminder. We ask that you pay special attention to the Social Security Act which is funding social services Welfare and Low Income Assistance Programs off your inability to get equally shared parenting with your children. Additionally, we are asking Representative Weiss if she believes that social services has an incentive to deal harshly with non-custodial families since they are a source of revenue for the agency? And, we are going to discuss the “War on Women” which Representative Jennifer Weiss and Representative Deborah Ross believe is happening via another political party. Women in Wake County NC non-custodial families will definitely want to read on.

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Representative Jennifer Weiss, Wake County NC Non-Custodial Families, and the Democratic Party

It is important to note that this article in NO WAY is meant to get Representative Weiss to understand why equally shared parenting for Wake County non-custodial families is what is in the best interest of children, as we have ample evidence that she has her beliefs to the contrary. This article IS meant for Democrat, Republican, and Independent Voters in Non-Custodial families to decide if Representative Weiss should continue in her position as a NC Legislator.

Furthermore, it is important to note that Representative Jennifer Weiss is a trained attorney, so our organization already has suspicions on why she continues down the path of strengthening the horribly divisive family courts.

UPDATE: Representative Jennifer Weiss announced in 2012 that she will not seek re-election

As the mother of a son, NC Fathers welcomes Representative Weiss into our organization should she ever find herself as a marginalized grandmother.

Jennifer Weiss

NC Fathers has grave concerns that Wake County Democrats and Representative Weiss are more concerned about custodial mothers and social services programs, which leads to the inability for non-custodial families (because of a father) to have meaningful relationships with their minor children. Earlier in this article we asked you to pay special attention to the Social Security Act, specifically Title IV, Part D, Section 458 which gives back one dollar in federal funding for social services for each dollar collected in child support. This means that for every Wake County Father paying $700 a month in child support, he is triggering $700 from the federal government in Welfare funding. The thinking here is that when men divorce women, a large number of these women end up in social services programs.  NC Fathers believes it is this setup and dependency on federal money for social services that prevents Wake County non-custodial families from having equal parentage. The incentive here is to collect as much child support as possible, to trigger greater funds, and the best way to do that is to decrease visitation by fathers and children. NC Fathers hopes that WOMEN in paternal families contact Representative Jennifer Weiss and verbal their disgust with this system.

Representative Jennifer Weiss and the alleged “War on Women”

Recently, Rep Deborah Ross and Rep Weiss allege that the NC GOP is waging a “war on women”. While that debate is beyond the scope of this article, NC Fathers does want to make it painfully clear that members of the NC House Judiciary seem to be waging their own war on women in Wake County non-custodial paternal families. Do paternal grandmothers not matter after a divorce? Are paternal aunts not an integral part of kids lives? Do paternal grandmothers not bring valuable resources and opportunities to their grandchildren? Clearly, the answer to these questions is YES, but we see no indication that either of these Representatives car able these women. But we do see a lot of legislation aimed at making custodial mothers lives much easier. Is Representative Jennifer Weiss sure that her advancement of “Womens Rights” is not also throwing many women in paternal families under the bus?

If you are in a Wake County non-custodial family, we ask that you join us on FACEBOOK so that you can help us build a large organization of valuable voters in NC who can start talking to, and holding accountable, Legislators and Judges that continue the systematic marginalization of non-custodial parents and the many women in paternal families. We also ask that you extensively share this article on Representative Jennifer Weiss with other Wake County NC families.

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September 21, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized |

2 Comments »

  1. Jennifer Weiss and the Democrat Party are clearly on the side of women and children, but an interesting article pointing out how she is also hurting a lot of other women on the opposite side of this issue.

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    Comment by Nichole | September 22, 2012 | Reply

    • Nichole thanks for commenting. We agree, Representative Weiss and Wake County Democrats are so driven to fund Welfare that they refuse to see women in paternal families as being affected by their biased thinking.

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      Comment by stompkinsnc | September 22, 2012 | Reply


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