NC Fathers Rights

Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands – Mecklenburg County District and Family Court

Judge Tyyawdi Ty HandsJudge Tyyawdi Ty Hands is a Mecklenburg County NC District and Family Court Judge who was appointed by Governor Bev Perdue in 2011 after her elected term expired in 2010. However, Judge Hands again won re-election to the Mecklenburg County bench in 2012. NC Fathers is an organization of NC non-custodial families committed to bringing equality to the NC Family Courts after decades of rampant bias. If you are reading this article as a non-custodial parent (likely a father), step-parent, aunt or uncle, or now adult child of a non-custodial parent then we encourage you to join our MAILING LIST and FACEBOOK PAGE to discuss your experiences with the Mecklenburg County NC District Courts and Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands. Our GOAL is to build a massive unification and organization of families who hold Judges and Legislators accountable for the mentality and laws that inevitably assign you as a marginalized visitor family 4-5 days a week instead of being an equally important family with equal parentage and access absent government enforcement. In this article, we are going to ask Judge Hands many questions that Mecklenburg County NC non-custodial families need to remember in future elections. And, we ask that you routinely share this article on Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands with other families across NC who are in similar circumstances.Posts related to Judges in the Mecklenburg County NC Family Courts, including Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands – Mecklenburg County Department of Social Services, Representative Ric Killian, Sheriff Chipp Bailey

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Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands - Mecklenburg County NC Non-Custodial Family Voters

Sometimes NC Fathers has to wonder if Judges in Mecklenburg County NC fully understand the enormous disadvantage they place on non-custodial families in their quest to have equal parentage and access to their children. By clicking the RED and BLUE graphic below we are going to focus on many of these disadvantages; many of which we think you will be shocked by. Additionally, we think it is important to note to Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands that 50% of our organization and supporters are WOMEN in non-custodial families who get equally hurt within the divisive family courts in NC. After reading the data revealed by clicking the graphic below, please come back to this article as we are going to go into depth on many of these issues below.

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 Judge Hands?

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Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands and the divisive Mecklenburg County NC Family Courts

Many District and Family Court Judges across NC and Mecklenburg County believe that the family court system is not biased and functioning well, and that all cases are handled fairly. That assessment would be correct if you are a custodial mother, but as we point out below, that is not the case for non-custodial families.

  • Our first concern for Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands is that because the Social Security Act Title IV-D program (specifically section 458) is kicking back one dollar to the State of NC each time they collect child support which is then used to fund Welfare and other Low Income Assistance programs, do Judges and Politicians NEED us to be alienated from our children (paying greater child support and triggering greater federal money) so that State programs can thrive? Judge, is there any concern that since Social Services agencies in NC stay afloat because of non-custodial families, is there an open door for abuse on them so that they stay non-custodial or perhaps terminated as parents so that they can then get more money to fund their jobs? Is this the reason for low visitation awards? Is this why Judges in Mecklenburg County NC routinely allow custodial mothers to move hundreds of miles away from loving non-custodial families so that more child support is payed?
  • Judge Hands, Domestic Violence in NC is a serious problem, but it seems the focus is just on male on female violence while the State turns it’s back on male on male violence, female on female violence, and female on male violence in marriages and domestic partnerships? Has Domestic Violence become a political football for feminist groups who use male on female violence only to further an agenda and secure greater State and Federal funding? Are you at all concerned about the growing culture of false domestic violence allegations and other abuse that is leveled at men to gain tactical advantage in child custody and child support cases? Judge Hands, why do other Judges in Mecklenburg County NC allow these false allegations to proceed to conviction, or in cases where you do rule that it is a false allegation, why are the mothers that allege this not criminally prosecuted?
  • Perhaps Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands would like to explain why when non-custodial fathers get into trouble financially they go to prison, and when custodial mothers get into trouble financially social services is there to protect them with expanding food, housing, educational, medical, financial, job, psychological assistance, and tax incentives? Would it not make more sense to strengthen BOTH parents for the greater good of children? Judge Hands, do you believe that many mothers actually get pregnant to get these benefits and alienate fathers so that greater services can be received?
  • If Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands watches the news, then she is very much educated on the problem of absent fathers in the State of NC (and country). Why are the Mecklenburg County NC courts exacerbating this problem with low visitation awards and allowing custodial parents to move children hundreds of miles away? And what exactly are we going to do about all these absent fathers Judge Hands?
  • Judge Hands, would you agree that $90,000 is a lot of money that could be used to pay for college, a nice down payment on a home, healthcare, or to start a business when a child gets older? Well many NC kids won’t have this opportunity because their parents are spending about this much money in 18 years fighting in a family court system that rewards fighting. Will Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands admit that the reason why the State Bar Association in NC does not believe in equally shared parenting because lawyers need to pay their mortgages via continued retainers?
  • Judge Hands, according to the latest census, 40% of children born in the United States come from unmarried parents, and in these cases a biological father has ZERO rights to the children, or for that matter the entire non-custodial family. Does this not seem a bit 3rd world to you? Or, is the lack of a father going to help custodial mothers get even greater social services benefits? And, what exactly do we tell these children when they learn they actually have a father Judge?
  • Is Judge Ty Hands at all concerned that many mothers will refuse to tell a father about a pregnancy then years later hit him with a $200,000 back child support suit that most likely also brings about an arrest? Judge, what about mothers that want to adopt their kids out, and never help an adoption agency find the biological father who may very much want to raise the child? Judge Hands, are adoptive parents more important that biological parents? And what do we tell the children when they learn they have a biological father? Judge, what about the growing problem of paternity fraud where custodial mothers pick a father of their child and it is later found out not to be true? Many times Judge these men spend thousands of dollars to fight this fraud, but the mothers are never held accountable.
  • Is Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands concerned that non-custodial families are being driven into bankruptcy after having to hire private attorneys each time a custodial mother uses her FREE government attorney to make demands?
  • Judge Hands, are you one of the Judges in Mecklenburg County NC who refuses to punish custodial mothers who break court orders on a routine basis, but are quick to jail a NC Father for doing so?

Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands and Mecklenburg County NC Non-Custodial Family Dynamics and Voters

If Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands and her political party has done their homework, they would know that NC non-custodial families make up a huge part of the electorate, and that we come from every racial and ethnic background, socioeconomic background, and political background. Furthermore, around four new non-custodial fathers, step-mothers, paternal grandmothers, and aunts are created in all 100 counties in NC each time family court is in session. Furthermore, it is important to again note that WOMEN in non-custodial families have just as much importance in a child’s(ren) life as those in maternal families. Given the divorce rate in NC, and rate at which parents are creating children outside of marriage, we believe that when you add up all non-custodial and putative families you are talking about just under half of NC’s total population.

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It is time for Mecklenburg County NC non-custodial families to unite around a central lobby, much like the ones that have existed for decades that demand women and children centered courts at the demise of a father, and let Judges and Legislators know that we demand to shed the visitor role status and government enforcement and be recognized as parents through equally shared parenting.

Please, as a non-custodial family member, we ask that you extensively share this article on Judge Tyyawdi Ty Hands of the Mecklenburg County NC District and Family Courts with your friends and families on sites like Facebook and Twitter to bring about massive awareness of the issues that may also be keeping them marginalized in their childrens lives for the sake of others and profit. And, please remember to join our MAILING LIST and FACEBOOK PAGE.

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November 23, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized |

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