August 2015 | Malinak v. Malinak, 775 S.E.2d 915 (N.C. Ct. App. 2015)

Malinak v. Malinak (North Carolina 2015)

If there is a court-ordered support obligation, the doctrine of laches does not prevent the recovery of unpaid child support. In North Carolina, the only bar to the recovery of an unpaid child support obligation is the ten year statute of limitations.

Malinak v. Malinak.pdf

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