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The child support can be enforced regardless if the if the agreement was settlement during a divorce, a civil paternity lawsuit, or simply via a voluntary agreement.
Under the laws of the State of North Carolina, any person or entity with custody of a minor child may seek support for that child from the parents of the child. Typically the situation involves one parent having custody of the child and requesting support from the other parent.
Any person or entity with custody of a minor child may seek support for that child from the parents of the child.
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The following are allowable fault grounds for divorce in North Carolina: abandonment of the family, maliciously turning the other out of doors, cruel or barbarous treatment that endangers the life of the other, indignities which render the other spouse's condition intolerable and life burdensome, excessive use of alcohol or drugs, or adultery.
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