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Domestic Relations – Adoption – Non-Parties’ Collateral Attack – Extrinsic Fraud – Insufficient Allegations (access required)

Ex parte Carter (Roe v. L.C.) (Lawyers Weekly No. 011-012-17, 3 pp.) (Per Curiam) Appealed from Charleston County Family Court (Edgar Long Jr., J.) S.C. App. Unpub. Holding: As non-parties to this adoption action, Nila and Mickey Carter could only collaterally attack the final adoption decree on the ground of extrinsic fraud. Since their Rule 60(b), ...

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