Domestic Relations – Civil Practice – Contempt – Interim Attorney’s Fee Award – Psychological EvaluationChurch v. Church Plaintiff's motion to set aside an interim attorney's fee order did not list any of the grounds for reconsideration set out in N.C. R. Civ. P. 59; therefore, the motion did not stay the time for filing an appeal. Plaintiff's notice of appeal from the interim attorney's fee order - filed several months later - was untimely.
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Published: June 14, 2011
Time posted: 11:24 am
Tags: Civil Practice, Contempt, Domestic Relations, Interim Attorney's Fee Award, Psychological Evaluation