NC Fathers Rights

Judge Nathan Hunt Gwyn, Judge Stephen Higdon – Union County District Court

Judge Nathan Hunt Gwyn, Judge Stephen HigdonJudge Nathan Hunt Gwyn and Judge Stephen Higdon are both District Court Judges in Union County NC Family Courts. Did you become a non-custodial father, step-mother, paternal grandmother, or other family member at the hands of either of these Judges? NC Fathers is an organization of Union County NC non-custodial families who have become tired of the bias in the NC Family Courts and are seeking to force new laws for the presumption for equally shared parenting and equal access by the non-custodial family to their children. Please review our GOALS, join OUR MAILING LIST, and FACEBOOK and come tell us about your experiences with either Judge Hunt Gwyn or Judge Stephen Higdon. Did you get the sense that either Judge Gwyn or Judge Higdon respected your importance (as a non-custodial family member) as a parent, grandparent, or step-mother to your minor children, or made the historical decision to send you to the margins of your children’s lives so that you pay greater child support? Have you ever wondered why Judges give more emphasis to non-custodial parents paying money to a big government enforcement agency rather that encouraging you to directly support your children as an equal parent? Well, in this article, we are going to explore possible reasons why this happens. We encourage you to share this article on Judge Hunt Gwyn and Judge Stephen Higdon with other Union County NC Non-Custodial families on sites like Facebook and Twitter to bring about greater awareness.

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Our article on Judge Tripp Helms has more in-depth information on the issues we discuss in this article and encourage you to read that post to get an idea why the State of NC NEEDS you alienated from your children.

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?

After a Divorce, did you find yourself the victim of a false allegation of domestic violence that Judge Hunt Gwyn or Judge Stephen Higdon allowed to proceed to a conviction and now you and your entire family are alienated from your kids?

Did you make it known to the Union County NC Courts that you want to be an active father, but Judge Gwyn or Judge Higdon gave you the bare minimum visitation award, or possibly even allowed the custodial mother to move hundreds of miles away? If so, we definitely want to hear from you.

Do you have a visitation order in place, yet the custodial mother refuses to abide by it and no Judge in the Union County District Court will hold her accountable?

Are you tired of watching your husband, son, or brother go to jail because of poverty and inability to pay child support, but you watch the custodial mother receive expanding social services public assistance benefits and tax incentives to make financial ends meet and Judge Nathan Hunt Gwyn and Judge Stephen Higdon don’t seem to care?

Did you know that in NC, there is a law in place forbidding Judges in NC from having favor over any parent in a custody battle, yet 85% of mothers win custody even in the face of the father being the more capable parent? And, of the 15% that lose custody, 50% will regain custody after meeting court suggestions of some type of counseling?

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Judge Nathan Hunt Gwyn, Judge Stephen Higdon and Union County NC Non-Custodial Family Voters

Like most non-custodial families across NC, we are sure you are tired of the apparent bias in the NC Family Courts, and we want to remind you that non-custodial families and friends make up a huge amount of voters in the State of NC who could bring reform in one election cycle if they were united around a central organization who hold State Politicians and Judge accountable. We are asking you to help us build that organization and send Judge Nathan Hunt Gwyn and Judge Stephen Higdon the message that non-custodial families bring far greater resources and opportunities to Union County NC children that any government enforcement agency ever will.

Again, please join our MAILING LIST and FACEBOOK PAGE and help us unite all Union County NC non-custodial families so that we can convince Judge Hunt Gwyn and Judge Stephen Higdon that the best interest of NC children is to have two equal parents and extended families at their side.

We also encourage members of non-custodial families to use the comment section below to give us and others your experiences with any Judge in Union County.

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November 25, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized |


  1. I can tell you all about Judge Nathan Hunt Gwyn:

    My wife left our marriage while having an affair, and only agree to 50/50 custody after I have her the entire house. Men have been socialized to do what women want in divorce because everyone knows if you don’t, you will likely never see your children again.

    Then 12 years later I get married again and within a week I have custody modification dropped on me to modify my 50/50 custody we hammered out in mediation.

    I was an active 50/50 father for 12 years and this Judge threw out my 50/50 so never let Judges tell you they prefer parents to mediate. I expected the Judge to say “Ma’am you mediated successfully, it’s been in effect for 12 hours, your motion is denied. Nope, he took me back to 4 days a month visitation.

    Then come to false allegations, accusing my new wife of everything under the sun, new modification motions, $30,000 later (money that could go towards a college education for my child), more insane rulings.

    So yes sir, you do have a supporter in Union County and I will be talking to other fathers about joining this organization.


    Comment by Screwed By Judge Gwyn | November 16, 2013 | Reply

    • Thank you for commenting on our article about Judge Gwyn and Judge Stephen Higdon. I agree with your assessment that father in a divorce know to sign papers handed to them even if they don’t agree with it. I also agree that this Judge made an error in not holding your ex-wife accountable for your mediation result, but there is over 60 years of data to pull from to show that this happens and women know it. They have no accountability, you either do what they say, or they do this and Judges have socialized them to know they are going to win. We hope that you will get your new wife involved, as well as the countless other fathers in Union County involved. And of course, any future elections these Judges run in, most certainly remember them.


      Comment by stompkinsnc | November 16, 2013 | Reply

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