NC Fathers Rights

Judge David Dave McFadyen – Carteret, Craven, Pamlico County Courts

Judge David Dave McFadyenNC Fathers wants Judge David Dave McFadyen and the Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC District and Family Courts to explain to county non-custodial fathers, step-parents, grandmothers and grandfathers, and aunts and uncles if he supports equally shared parenting over the current system where one parent wins, and the other parent loses and is marginalized to a visitor role 4 days a month? If not, why? If so, will Judge McFadyen reach out to Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC Senators and Representatives to bring about the court reforms? Does Judge David Dave McFadyen realize just how many non-custodial families there are in these three counties? Does the Judge realize that more and more are created each and every day? Does Judge McFadyen realize that he was elected because of the many non-custodial families that exists in Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC? NC Fathers wants to introduce ourselves to Judge McFadyen and our GOAL of uniting non-custodial parents and their extended families around a central organization that will hold Judges and Politicians accountable for our historical alienation from our children after a child custody or child support enforcement action in the District Courts. As a member of this family, we hope that you will join OUR MAILING LIST and FACEBOOK PAGE to help be a part of this process.Posts related to Judge David Dave McFadyen of the Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC District and Family Courts – Carteret County Department of Social Services, Judge Clinton Rowe, Sheriff Asa Buck
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Important Information: How many men in Carteret County NC have been arrested on an allegation of domestic violence, jailed and lost their jobs, their reputation, lifelong access to their children, and been found guilty in the preponderance of the evidence courts having no evidence or witness proof and the Judge said yes to guilty for political correctness?

How many men in Judge David McFadyen’s court have had this happen to them?

UPDATE 6/19/2015 – We are receiving considerable contact from non-custodial fathers who have restraining orders issued on them by Carteret County Judges in which they are ordered to have no contact with their wife or girl friend yet have provided us extensive documentation where while under the restraining order the other party continued to publicly and maliciously malign and speak ill of the adjudicated person. In EVERY case brought before a Judge about a person asking for no contact but continued to talk about the case and misrepresent information, they did nothing about it.

Judge David Dave McFadyen - Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC District and Family Court

NC Fathers is encouraging Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC non-custodial family voters to click on the RED and BLUE graphic below to get a serious reminder of the many difficulties Judges and Legislators ask you to operate under within the NC Family Courts and Social Services agencies. In this article, we are going to touch on many of these issues so that you can get a better feel of why we think that the courts have an interest in seeing you stay marginalized so that others can benefit from it. Additionally, we hope you will extensively and routinely share this article on Judge David Dave McFadyen and the Family Courts with other non-custodial families in your area on sites like Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and other networks to help bring about greater awareness to these issues.

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Judge David Dave McFadyen, the Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC District Courts and Non-Custodial Families

  • If Judge David Dave McFadyen suggests that the NC District and Family courts are neutral such that no parent has presumption or favor for custody, our organization would like to remind him that the Administrative Offices of the Courts tells us that 85% of mothers win custody. Also, independent research concludes that of the 15% that lose custody, 50% will regain custody shortly after meeting court demands. This sounds like a huge number Judge, are you sure there is no presumption and favor?
  • Likely, Judge David Dave McFadyen will take a neutral stance on NC children needing both parents to thrive, but can he explain why Judges in the Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC Courts consistently only allow non-custodial families 4-5 days a month visitation, as well as allowing custodial mothers to move children from the State?
  • Judge McFadyen, why do mothers, children, sisters, and wives have to visit their family member in jail when he gets into trouble financially and is unable to pay child support, when the other parent is saved from this via increasing housing assistance, job assistance, financial assistance, food assistance, daycare assistance, medical assistance, and tax incentives?
  • We suspect that Judge McFadyen will tell Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC non-custodial families that the NC Bar Association is absolutely against equally shared parenting because in high conflict custody cases it is dangerous to put these parents in closer proximity more often that 4 days a month. The reality is that under the current system, where you reward one parent with custody and control, while denying the other parent and extended family practically everything, that this sets the stage for 18 years of high conflict. Judge, is this conflict needed so that NC Lawyers can continue to collect retainer fees every few months for 18 years?
  • Is Judge Dave McFadyen telling lies about abortion and adoption?
  • Why are Judges in the Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC District Courts signing off on custody and visitation orders, yet do nothing about it when the custodial parents does not follow it and does thing like preventing access to children by the non-custodial family?
  • Will Judge David McFadyen explain the relationship between child support and federal money that replenishes Welfare and Low Income Assistance programs? Judge, does the State of NC need non-custodial families to exists and be condemned to partial parents and families so that they pay greater child support which helps the State pay for Welfare?

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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 Judge McFadyen?

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  • NC Fathers believes that thousands of Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC Fathers and extended families never get the opportunity of legitimate their children, enforce visitation orders, or secure rights to their children because of poverty and inability to pay $20,000 to lawyers when custodial mothers just naturally have the right to children and prevent access. As a non-custodial family, does it bother you that Judge McFadyen is not vocal on this issue?
  • Can Judge David McFadyen explain why custodial mothers get free child support enforcement attorneys while non-custodial families are forced into bankruptcy in hiring private attorneys every few years when the custodial parents asks enforcement to work for them?
  • We know that county non-custodial families experience it, but what is Judge David Dave McFadyen doing about false domestic violence allegations that are routinely and consistently being used as a tactical advantage in the family courts by hopeful custodial mothers because Judges allow them to proceed to conviction to appear strong on DV and stay in the good graces of the domestic violence lobby and their federal money?

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Judge David Dave McFadyen and Non-Custodial Family Voters

NC Fathers believes that non-custodial families make up a huge part of the NC electorate that come from every ethnic and racial background, economic status, and political party affiliation. That the courts continue down the process of division between two parents and turns away many new and very angry non-custodial families each day. We are asking those of you in Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC to join with us and join other families across the State in demanding family law reform. NC Fathers believes that encouraging and forcing two parents to work together will defuse the anger, bitterness, and dangerous levels of hostility that exists in the family courts when parents work to discredit the other parent to win a custody case. We believe that when there is nothing to win, and reward comes from working together, parents will do just that. With this, if you are a new non-custodial family at the hands of Judge David Dave McFadyen, then we encourage you to reach out to us via leaving comments below or our FACEBOOK PAGE so that we can learn more about this newly elected Judge. Furthermore, we hope you will invite others families to join OUR MAILING LIST so that we can start having you talk with NC Legislators about the problems you have with the family courts. And lastly, we hope you will share this article on Judge David McFadyen and the Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico County NC District Courts with other families on a routine basis.

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