Issue with Judge SD


#1

Dear Standup:

Greetings. We have created this forum as a way for people to get answers to their important legal questions by a domestic attorney in North Carolina. We know that court proceedings in the domestic area of law are difficult on everyone involved, especially the parties and their children. With just the information presented to a judge during the trial, our judges must make life changing decisions which affect each person in the court room, including the attorneys. While sometimes we disagree with the judges, we have nothing but respect for their decisions and their roles in our society and in our individual lives. They are burdened with an awesome responsibility of deciding the future and they are seldom liked by anyone their decision touches.

That being said, we will gladly answer any legal question you have and we appreciate your time reviewing our forum. I continue to hope that you will find useful information herein. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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#2

Every decision that was up to the Judge went in her (My X wife’s)favor. I question her decisions and ability to be fare and equitable. I dont believe that I am the only one that feels this way. I am curious to hear from other men that have stood before Wake County Civil Judge SD. Fortunatly, she is leaving domestic court in January and will be replaced with a male. Is there anything that can be done to look into her bias toward men and do something about it?