Little v. Little is an unpublished family law decision by the NC Court of Appeals. In part, the opinion is helpful to attorneys in understanding the process/logic of calculating child support, especially for parents who are self employed.
As an unpublished decision, “Agibail B. Little v. Everett D. Little” (the formal caption of the lawsuit/opinion) does not carry precedential value. It is not binding legal authority in family court.
The matter stems from a family court dispute in Union County, North Carolina and the ruling of the Monroe District Court Judge. The defendant in the case, Mr. Little, appeals from a court order regarding a motion to modify child support.