NC Fathers Rights

Judge William McIlwain, Judge Regina Joe – Hoke/Scotland County NC District Court

Judge William McIlwain, Judge Regina JoeAs a non-custodial father, step-mother, paternal grandmother, or aunt and uncle, did Judge William McIlwain or Judge Regina Joe of the Scotland and Hoke County NC District Court make a ruling in your child support/child custody hearing? Do you think the hearing was fair, or was there a bias towards the custodial mother/child relationship? Do you have a pending child custody matter that will be heard before Judge William McIlwain or Judge Regina Joe and you are using the Internet to discover information about these two Judges? NC Fathers is an organization of Hoke and Scotland County NC non-custodial FAMILIES who believe that the NC Family Courts and Social Services agencies are more concerned about creating division between parents, child support money, and ways that they can use federal legislation to generate money for the many special interest groups that benefit from biased and unfair child custody hearings. If you are a Hoke County or Scotland Couny NC Non-Custodial Family member, or a paternal family just leaving court wondering what in the world just happened, we ask that you continue reading, join our MAILING LIST and FACEBOOK PAGE so that you can talk with other non-custodial family members across NC. Judge William McIlwain and Judge Regina Joe should realize that daily the NC Family Courts creates about 10 non-custodial families per day from each county, and we believe these families are not happy with you. OUR GOAL is to unite these families around a central lobby, and ask that they help use bring equally shared parenting to NC so that children in your counties can have far greater resources and opportunities brought by two equal parents and extended families.
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Judge William McIlwain, Judge Regina Joe - Child Support and Domestic Violence

Hoke and Scotland County NC non-custodial families, as well as Judge William McIlwain and Judge Regina Joe, should click on the BLUE and RED graphic below to get a good idea of the issues we believe that are central to reform in the NC Family Courts. We ask that you pay special attention to, and read slowly, the information we have provided about the Social Security Act, Title IV-D program which is using non-custodial families child support efforts to fund Welfare and Low Income Assistance Programs. Judge McIlwain and Judge Joe will undoubtedly rebut the idea that low visitation awards and denial of equal parentage and access to children is a system setup to make sure Welfare, TANF, and Food Stamp program continue to thrive, but it is hard to argue with government websites.

Family Court and Child Support

“In 1975, Title IV-D was added to the Social Security Act to establish a nationwide Child Support Enforcement (CSE) program, with the purpose of recouping money paid out to welfare recipients when at least one parent was absent from the home and did not provide support.  N.C. General Statutes 110-128 through 110-142.2 established North Carolina’s CSE program.  These federal and state laws set forth the requirements for the program.” Read More HERE

Please ask Judge William McIlwain, Judge Regina Joe, and your Hoke/Scotland State Representatives and Senators how you are supposed to have an equal relationship with your minor children (as a non-custodial family) when the State of NC, Judges, and Politicians have devised a system that makes money from the alienation of non-custodial families and children.

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Judge William McIlwain, Judge Regina Joe and Hoke/Scotland County NC Non-Custodial Family Voters

Judge William McIlwain and Judge Regina Joe will tell you that Judges in NC are non-partisan, that they handle all cases without regard to gender or political ideologies. But do you REALLY believe that?

NC Fathers believes that few Judges in NC realize the importance of non-custodial families in regards to children. We also do not think that either Judge McIlwain or Judge Joe realize the importance of non-custodial families, or how many of us exists in NC. Consider this, non-custodial families are represented by at least two WOMEN that get equally hammered by the NC Family Courts each time they marginalize a father into the role of visitor with your grandchildren and step-children. Hoke/Scotland County NC non-custodial families come from every racial and ethnic background, as well as socio-economic backgrounds. Furthermore, we come from Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, Independent, and Tea Party families, and that when you add up the marginalized parent and just two other members in the family, you have 4.7 million voters in a state with just over 9.8 million people. And each day, Judge William McIlwain and Judge Regina Joe introduce at least 5 more families to these ranks.

Help NC Fathers build a massive repository of Hoke/Scotland non-custodial family voters by joining our MAILING LIST and FACEBOOK PAGE, where you will have the opportunity to share this article on Judge William McIlwain and Judge Regina Joe of the Hoke and Scotland County District Courts with other NC Families.

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