Yes. If the spouse ordered to pay you alimony resides in North Carolina, you may register and enforce the order in North Carolina. North Carolina Family Law Specialist Monty Beck was involved in a case regarding the enforcement of a Florida order against the former spouse who had moved to North Carolina and stopped paying his support. This case became the impetus for the North Carolina legislature to revise some of the alimony enforcement laws in North Carolina.
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