|SB 0010||Modifies judicial procedures for expiration of qualified domestic relations orders|
|LR Number:||0358L.07T||Fiscal Note:||0358-07|
|Committee:||Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence|
|Last Action:||06/13/01 - Signed by Governor||Journal page:|
|Title:||HS HCS SCS SB 10|
|Effective Date:||August 28, 2001|
HS/HCS/SCS/SB 10 - Currently court ordered periodic payments are conclusively presumed to be paid after 10 years of the due date of each payment, except for those for child support and maintenance due under a domestic relations judgment. The act also excludes orders dividing pensions, retirement, life insurance and other employee benefits from the current statute of limitations. In all such cases, each periodic payment shall be presumed paid 10 years after the date that the periodic payment was due, unless the judgment has been otherwise revived. An action to emancipate a child shall not act to revive the support order.
The act also provides that real estate liens shall be for 10
years (currently 3 years).