NC Fathers Rights

Judge Joseph Williams – Union County District and Family Court

Judge Joseph WilliamsJudge Joseph Williams is a Union County NC District and Family Court Judge that NC Fathers is reaching out to in an effort to have questions that non-custodial fathers, step-mothers, paternal grandparents, and aunts and uncles need to know for future elections. First and foremost, we would ask Judge Williams why in Family Court one family has to be marginalized to a visitor status in a child’s life 4 days a month, while the other side of a family maintains their role as the home for a child? Does Judge Joseph Williams and other Union County NC Judges not realize that even after a Divorce, a child still has two families? Our second question to Judge Williams is, why is so much emphasis placed on child support enforcement and government control on Union County NC non-custodial families instead of realizing their importance as equal parents and extended family members? Third, we would like to see the Judge explain how the District and Family Courts do not do significant damage to children when child custody battles usually involve two parents excoriating each other, building bitter resentment, anger, hostility, and grief that lingers for 18 years? And Judge Williams, NC Fathers would also like to know if the District Courts in Union County NC exists to make lawyers rich and the expense of NC children? The average cost of a custody battle is $15,000 per parent, and these parents usually fight at least two over 18 years. Then, when you add in modifications, child support courts, and other hearing, many times Union County NC parents will spend upwards of $80,000 over the life of the minor child. Surely Judge Williams would prefer to see this money go towards healthcare, a down payment on a home, college tuition, or money to start a business?

NC Family Courts and Parents The Union County lawyer asked the Judge if she wanted him to file for child support enforcement

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Judge Joseph Williams - Union County NC Child Support and Child Custody

NC Fathers is asking Union County NC non-custodial families to click on the RED and BLUE graphic below to get a reminder of the devastating division that the Family Courts bring to your families, and we are not talking about just fathers, as our organization recognizes that WOMEN in paternal related non-custodial families get equally hurt as well.

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Judge Joseph Williams and Union County NC District and Family Courts Reform by Non-Custodial Family Voters

NC Fathers is asking Union County NC non-custodial families to realize their importance as a huge voter block in NC who can bring court reform in one election cycle if they would simply unite around this issue. Within our families, there are a lot of African American and Hispanic women who want to have a equal share in being a part of their grandchild’s lives, Fathers who do want to equally raise their children, and aunts who want to see their nieces and nephews for their birthday. It is time that Judge Joseph Williams and the Union County NC courts recognize that we are no longer in the 1950’s and that it is time to bring about equality in the Family Courts. Additionally, we ask our readers to read this post as it goes into major detail on many of the issues we want you to remember in future elections.

Additionally, we hope that you will extensively share this article on Judge Joseph Williams with other families in Union County NC on sites like Twitter, Linkedin, and Facebook to help bring about more awareness and insight to the many issues that non-custodial families face. And again, please join our MAILING LIST and FACEBOOK PAGE and share your experiences on the Union County NC District and Family Courts.

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8/2015 – Updated tags on Judge Joseph Williams and the Union County NC Courts

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November 29, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized |

2 Comments »

  1. I see this has been going on for awhile now. I am a MOTHER who lost her THREE children over my Ex husband’s selfish attempts to NOT pay child support. I had proof in court as well as witnesses from counselors and the school teachers. Judge Williams just HANDED my children over to him and his live in girlfriend whom is half his age. I saw my kids twice a month at supervised visitation for almost one year. Now I get to see them once a week for three hours. THANK YOU JUDGE WILLIAMS for taking the MOTHER out of the family. The one who has raised them since birth. I hope you can sleep at night with all the families you are destroying in Union county. If there is anything I can do to help other families, please let me know.

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    Comment by devastatedmom2015 | March 10, 2015 | Reply

  2. The state does not own our children or get to control them just because we divorce. Under the constitution and U.S. Supreme court rulings, parental rights can only be terminated when a parent is proven “unfit.” This is what the highest law of the land, the U.S. Constitution (14th amendment) clearly states. We demand total reform of this broken, cruel system that intentionally inflicts damage on our children and us for the profit of lawyers and the state coffers and for the convenience and power trips of judges. It is corrupt and it must be fixed for the benefit of our children and generations of children to come

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    Comment by brenda adkins | November 11, 2016 | Reply


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