Category Archives: Child Support

Husband’s Failure To Disclose Assets Is Basis For Constructive Fraud

In the case of Searcy v. Searcy, the Court of Appeals in a decision filed September 20, 2011, reversed the trial court and found that there was an issue of fact with regard to constructive fraud when the husband failed … Continue reading

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North Carolina Supreme Court Allows Termination Of Alimony Due To Cohabitation

In the decision of Underwood v. Underwood filed August 26, 2011, the North Carolina Supreme Court reversed the Court of Appeals and the trial court and held that an alimony obligation in a court order should terminate because of the … Continue reading

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Court Rejects Father’s Attempt To Reduce Child Support

The North Carolina Court of Appeals in the decision of Andrews v. Andrews (November 2011) was presented with the father’s attempt to reduce child support.  The father had previously held a job earning $172,000 a year.  He then voluntarily resigned … Continue reading

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