N.C.G.S. Chapter 50: Divorce and Alimony
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As a resource, we are providing the text of the North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 50: Divorce and Alimony. Chapter 50 consists of five articles which govern the areas of Divorce, Alimony, and Child Support, Generally [***this section includes child custody and property distribution***] (Article 1), Expedited Process for Child Support Cases (Article 2), Family Law Arbitration Act (Article 3), Collaborative Law Proceedings (Article 4), and Parenting Coordinator (Article 5).
North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 50 consists of certain statutes which are specific to the areas of Divorce, Child Custody and Child Support, Alimony and Post-Separation Support, and Property Distribution.
If you are involved in a family law case which involves the areas of divorce, child support, child custody, alimony, post-separation support or property distribution it is wise to contact an experienced attorney to discuss your case, your rights and your responsibilities.
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Written By: John McNeil