Other Publications / Resources

Publications List

International Establishment and Enforcement of Family Support

The Uniform Interstate Family Support Act

Judge's Guide to Military Divorce in North Carolina

A Judge's Guide to the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act

An Agency Guide to the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act

"Are We There Yet?" - A Roadmap for Appointed Counsel Under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act

Clerks' and Workers' Guide to the SCRA & Military Support Enforcement

Getting Government Records into Evidence

Administration of Justice—International Service of Process Under the Hague Convention

Administration of Justice—Service of Process and the Military

Family Law Bulletin #13—North Carolina’s Revised Child Support Guidelines (2002), by John L. Saxon, July 2002.

Family Law Bulletin #18—Who’s Your Daddy? Comparing North Carolina’s Paternity Law and the Uniform Parentage Act, by John L. Saxon, March 2004.

Family Law Bulletin #19—“Freezing and Seizing” Joint Bank Accounts to Collect Past-Due Child Support: Due Process and Legal Rights of Nonliable Depositors, by John L. Saxon, August 2004.

Family Law Bulletin #21—Third Party Custody and Visitation Actions: The Present State of the Law in North Carolina, by Cheryl Howell, November 2006.

Family Law Bulletin #22—Who Are the Parties in IV-D Child Support Proceedings? And What Difference Does It Make? by John L. Saxon, January 2007.

Family Law Bulletin #23—Imputing Income to Parents in Child Support Proceedings, by John L. Saxon, July 2008.

Family Law Bulletin #24—2011 Revisions to the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines, by Cheryl Daniels Howell, December 2010.

Domestic Violence - The Camouflage Connection

UDPCVA and the Constitutional Rights of Parents

Child Support Calculator—The calculation of child support is governed by the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines established by the Conference of Chief District Court Judges.

The child support worksheets were developed by the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC). To view the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines, effective October 1, 2006, visit the AOC website at www.nccourts.org. A child support calculator and the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines are available on the North Carolina Child Support Enforcement website.

As a general rule, child support will be set by the court using the guideline amount unless the court determines that a variance is needed because the guideline amount produces too much or inadequate child support or is otherwise unreasonable.

North Carolina Adopts the Uniform Deployed Parent Custody and Visitation Act

The Military Lending Act

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