NC Fathers Rights

Thank You Judges!

Senator Rick Gunn - NC Republican Ignores FamiliesNC Fathers wants to thank all NC District Court Judges in all 100 counties for the success of this website and the numbers of non-custodial families they send into our organization. We knew when we set this organization up that if we simply put every Judge in NC along with other blogs up with titles non-custodial families were likely to search after getting it handed to them in court that they would find us. And find us they have. Our mailing list is now well over 4,000 strong, our visible social media supporters are now just over 1,000 while the numbers who are simply following our posts equals to about 3,000 families. This includes the non-custodial parent, step-parent, aunts and uncles in the family, along with close friends of the family.  Our readership and support now comes from every racial and cultural background and gender. Now that the website is very much mainstream, filling the organization with very angry parents, grandparents, step-parents, and other family members is on auto-pilot and be sure we plan to use every drop of support to have an effect on upcoming elections. In fact, we believe that right now we have easily have an impact on future Governor elections with 5,000+ members for those candidates that do not support family law reform and a court system that empowers both parents for the greater good of children rather than lining the pockets of family law attorneys, siding with lobbyist, and making political party decisions.

Again, thank you to each and every sitting family court Judge in North Carolina and please note when you make your incredibly divisive rulings that marginalize entire families, that family is likely leaving court that day and finding this organization.

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  1. I would like to be informed in ANY upcoming election of the candidates NC Fathers supports.


    Comment by Jeff Reichert | February 14, 2014 | Reply

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    Comment by Marilyn Flanary | February 14, 2014 | Reply

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