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Non-Custodial Families all over North Carolina often wonder why they are systematically alienated from their children, not allowed by Judges to have equal parentage and access to their children, and shoved into a federal enforcement program which only seeks to take money from one parent and give to the other to raise children.

We also get a lot of contact from people daily who are trying to CONVINCE lawyers, Judges, and Legislators WHY the current system is broken, and you need to STOP! These people know the current system is broken, they do not care. There is a bigger picture here for them, and it is this.

Child Support and Child Support Enforcement is NOT just about providing money to children from bad non-custodial families. Child Support and Child Support Enforcement is about ending Welfare and Low Income Assistance Programs and the Courts and Social Services system NEEDS non-custodial families in order to secure these funds.

STOP TRYING TO CONVINCE Judges, Legislators, and others, and start DEMANDING this stop with Legislators and VOTE THEM OUT if they refuse to change this system.

Here is the evidence:

1) Social Security Act Title IV Part D – For every ONE dollar collected in child support VIA enforcement, the federal government gives back TWO dollars to NC for use at Social Services for Low Income Assistance Programs. More HERE.

2) Quoting this GOVERNMENT DOCUMENT :

“Child support provides an important source of income for many low-income families. Because state welfare reform policies have placed a stronger emphasis on work and adopted time limits on welfare receipt, increasing child support for families while they are on welfare and after they leave becomes even more critical for family self-sufficiency.

Welfare and child support programs have long been intertwined. The child support enforcement program (CSE), Title IV-D of the Social Security Act, was established in 1975 primarily as a method of reducing public expenditures on welfare. If the family is on welfare, child support obtained from non-custodial parents by the CSE agency is used to reimburse the government for benefits paid to these families (i.e., cost recovery).Reforms in the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) and other policy changes have shifted the child support enforcement program toward a more family-centered mission.

Given the common populations served and the role that child support payments play in self-sufficiency and cost recovery, understanding the interaction between child support and welfare is important. The Department of Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) contracted with Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation (MDRC) to conduct a study that examines the interaction between Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and child support. This literature review provides background information for this study.”

3) Another Special Interest Group that derives money from the two tier system of custodial families that receive, while non-custodial families lose is LAWYERS who makes LOTS of money each year from two parents fighting and paying $5000 retainers for 18 years.

4) NC Social Services agencies deal VERY harshly with non-custodial family members so that they stay non-custodial in order for funds to come back to the agency that they use to help custodial families and Welfare recipients.

Given #1-4 above, there is a very well oiled system in place that IS NEVER GOING TO CHANGE until non-custodial fathers, paternal grandmothers, step-mothers, other members of the non-custodial families, and friends of the family use their VOTES and determination to let Judges and Legislators know they will NOT be re-elected/elected until this changes.

View our GOAL and join our MAILING LIST so we can make this happen. Also, it is VERY IMPORTANT To share this article on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and other social media sites using the buttons below to help gain momentum on these important issues.

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1 Comment »

  1. God help us men and our children.

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    Comment by Ben Dover | October 15, 2014 | Reply


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