NC Fathers Rights

Willie “Fred” Gore District Court Judge 2014 – Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County NC

Willie Fred Gore for District Court JudgeWillie “Fred” Gore is running for District Court Judge in Bladen, Brunswick, and Colombus County NC in 2014 and this article serves to enlighten non-custodial families in the county to issues we have compiled to make sure you have these issues voiced for this campaign. Why? Because the 70 year old de-facto standard of empowering one parent after a divorce or relationship breakdown where kids are involved while marginalizing the other family has got to stop. This article will serve to allow Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County NC non-custodial families a voice if Willie “Fred” Gore successfully becomes a Judge and we encourage you to join this organization to let his campaign know that our existence in our children’s lives is not a 4 day a month visitor who pays the government to see our children, but rather we are parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, and step-parents who are voters and who matter in these children’s lives. In our article to  the Willie “Fred” Gore for District Court Judge we are going to dispel many of the manufactured scripts lawyers and Judges have been taught to continue the divorce and child custody industry that serves to only line lawyers bank accounts with money that parents can use for children to start businesses, pay for college, get medical care, and buy a home. We hope you will extensively share this article on sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ so that other Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County NC families can join in the conversation.

Family Law Reform Issues For The Willie “Fred” Gore District Court Judge in 2014 Campaign To Consider

If Elected as Judge, Remember This

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When you hear Willie “Fred” Gore campaign for District Court Judge and say that everything is about the best interest of children, ask him how parents spending $80,000+ dollars with lawyers over 18 years is in the best interest of children. Ask him how the “one parent wins, other parent loses” nature of the family courts pits parents against each other to win, or keep from losing and how this sets up 18 years of parents excoriating each other and paying lawyers. When you hear Willie “Fred” Gore say that non-custodial parents are valuable in a child’s life, ask him why Judges are notorious for putting these parents in jail for financial hardship while giving custodial parents educational, daycare, food, financial, job, medical/dental, housing assistance, and tax incentives to escape those hardships.

Ask the Willie “Fred” Gore for Judge campaign why we are not empowering both parents, sets of grandparents, step-parents, and other family members.

When you hear Willie “Fred” Gore make this a political issue, remind him that non-custodial families are represented by African-American and Hispanic mothers and fathers, women in paternal families, and Democratic and Republican voters.

When you hear Willie “Fred” Gore tell Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County NC voters that this is a gender issue, remind him that women in paternal families matter, and that in the future many of the mothers fighting for custody will be fighting against their son’s marginalization when he becomes a father. Or for that matter, for her importance as a paternal grandmother.

When you hear Willie “Fred” Gore tell Bladen, Columbus, and Brunswick County NC voters that we only need one parent to have custody because of conflict and domestic violence, contact us so that we can fill this page up of examples of custodial parents who are killing kids and abusing them. Contact us so that we can ask his 2014 campaign why non-custodial parents can’t have equal parentage when the custodial parent is causing the conflict.

Ask Willie “Fred” Gore why when custodial parents deny visitation it costs the non-custodial family many thousands of dollars to correct the situation in the courts, be if we do not return our children at a court ordered time we have amber alerts issued resulting in our arrest.

Ask Willie “Fred” Gore to explain the Title IV-D relationship between the federal government and state social services agencies that is needed to stay afloat off child support payments via the federal system rather than us having a system by which parents directly support their children financially, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Why are Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus County NC non-custodial families needed to be absent, and many times court ordered absent parents, as a tool to obtain federal money for the state which pays Judge’s salaries.

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February 15, 2014 - Posted by | Uncategorized


  1. As an African-American father demoralized by the family courts in Bladen County, all I can do is sit here and applaud.


    Comment by Antwon | February 15, 2014 | Reply

  2. Watch Fred Gore tow the Democratic side to this issue, that it is a Women’s right issue while throwing Hispanic And African-American fathers under the bus along with women in their families.


    Comment by Kevin | February 15, 2014 | Reply

  3. Finally, some Colombus County exposure! Any idea who this candidate is running against? Is he a family lawyer?


    Comment by Caitlin | February 15, 2014 | Reply

    • According to his Linkedin profile, he currently works for the District Attorney’s office but this does not mean at some point in his career he was not a family lawyer.


      Comment by stompkinsnc | February 15, 2014 | Reply

  4. To Willie “Fred” Gore: I’m tired of seeing non-custodial fathers held accountable for child abuse and domestic violence that Judges perpetuate like they are the only one’s doing it. I can send you to daily examples just here in NC of custodial parents being arrested for violence issues and killing children.


    Comment by Amber (step-mother) | February 15, 2014 | Reply

  5. In regards to African-American fathers, which there is a clear media war on as absent parents, it will be interesting to see if this candidate continues the agenda or stands up and says: Look, we have been complaining about absent dads for decades, yet we are creating just as many in the courts.


    Comment by Tom | February 15, 2014 | Reply

  6. Ask the Willie “Fred” Gore District Court Judge how many African-American grandmothers from paternal families never see their grandchildren because kid’s are birthed and their son’s never told or given the opportunity to be a active father until the mother comes calling for state assistance.


    Comment by Jamal | February 15, 2014 | Reply

  7. Ask Willie “Fred” Gore why I get put in jail because I get hospitalized for a month because of an acute diagnosis and can’t work, while my child’s mother gets $3,000 a month assistance from the state.


    Comment by Bob W (Colombus County NC voter) | February 15, 2014 | Reply

  8. Why was I reduced to a one month in the summer father from 3 day a week father because my ex met someone on Facebook and wanted to move to Colorado?


    Comment by Jackson | February 15, 2014 | Reply

  9. As a custodial mother from a previous marriage who has 50/50 with her ex, I can tell you from experience with my new husband that when a mother wants to dispose of a father in Bladen County she usually get’s her way.


    Comment by Suzanne | February 15, 2014 | Reply

  10. If Willie Gore is from the District Attorney’s office, watch him bring his experience in domestic violence to family court and push the idea that only men and fathers are abusive and violent. If he does, I too will be glad to present pictures, evidence, and screenshots of my case.


    Comment by Ricky (Columbus County) | February 15, 2014 | Reply

    • Actually, what he will likely do is say that because mothers face Domestic Violence and abuse the most, we must have mother centered courts. However, this is like saying “It’s OK if we have dead men and kids at the hands of mothers because fathers do it the most” or “It is OK that we have 6 dead children because it wasn’t nine”.

      It’s a political game. We should be ending ALL violence, not using violence as a fund raising and political tool.


      Comment by stompkinsnc | February 15, 2014 | Reply

  11. I know this person from a professional background. His family law stance will focus on the fathers who refuse to father and will lay the blame on fathers who do want to father and prevent them from doing so. He is a tow the line kinda guy.


    Comment by Anon | February 15, 2014 | Reply

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