2018 North Carolina General Statutes
Chapter 50 - Divorce and Alimony
Article 3 - Family Law Arbitration Act.
§ 50-41 - Purpose; short title.

Universal Citation: NC Gen Stat § 50-41 (2018)

Article 3.

Family Law Arbitration Act.

50-41. Purpose; short title.

(a) It is the policy of this State to allow, by agreement of all parties, the arbitration of all issues arising from a marital separation or divorce, except for the divorce itself, while preserving a right of modification based on substantial change of circumstances related to alimony, child custody, and child support. Pursuant to this policy, the purpose of this Article is to provide for arbitration as an efficient and speedy means of resolving these disputes, consistent with Chapters 50, 50A, 50B, 51, 52, 52B, and 52C of the General Statutes and similar legislation, to provide default rules for the conduct of arbitration proceedings, and to assure access to the courts of this State for proceedings ancillary to this arbitration.

(b) This Article may be cited as the North Carolina Family Law Arbitration Act. (1999-185, s. 1.)

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