CLARIFYING THE LAWS PERTAINING TO THE STAYING OF ORDERS ON APPEAL AS RELATED TO CHILD CUSTODY, CHILD SUPPORT, AND ALIMONY.
Amends relevant provisions of Chapter 50 of the General Statutes to make clear that any order for child custody, child support, or alimony, whether pursuant to statute or pursuant to an agreement, is enforceable in the trial court by civil contempt proceedings during the pendency of an appeal, and that any contempt order may, upon motion of the aggrieved party, be stayed by the court of the appellate division in which the appeal is pending if justice requires.
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