2013 North Carolina General Statutes
Chapter 50 - Divorce and Alimony.
Article 4 - Collaborative Law Proceedings.
Section 50-77 - Privileged and inadmissible evidence.

NC Gen Stat § 50-77 (2013) What's This?

50-77. Privileged and inadmissible evidence.

(a) All statements, communications, and work product made or arising from a collaborative law procedure are confidential and are inadmissible in any court proceeding. Work product includes any written or verbal communications or analysis of any third-party experts used in the collaborative law procedure.

(b) All communications and work product of any attorney or third-party expert hired for purposes of participating in a collaborative law procedure shall be privileged and inadmissible in any court proceeding, except by agreement of the parties. (2003-371, s. 1.)

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