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This bulletin discusses a set of rules established by the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act and the Full Faith and Credit for Child Support Orders Act to \"reconcile\" multiple child support orders entered by different courts with respect to a parent's obligation to support a particular child, children, or family, and to recognize one as the controlling order with respect to a parent's duty to support a particular child or family.
The 1979 North Carolina General Assembly enacted a new law affecting the district courts’ power to subject out-of-state parties to suit in North Carolina for paternity and child support. The law pertains to whenever the party has participated in an act of sexual intercourse in the state that may have resulted in the conception of an illegitimate child.