Nevada Domestic Relations

Sec. § 125B.050
Period of limitations.


If there is no court order for support, any demand in writing to a parent not having physical custody for payment of support on behalf of a minor child, mailed to the last known address of the parent, tolls the running of the statute of limitations for the bringing of an action for that support.


A motion for relief after judgment and an independent action to enforce a judgment for support of a child may be commenced at any time.


If a court has issued an order for the support of a child, there is no limitation on the time in which an action may be commenced to:


Collect arrearages in the amount of that support; or


Seek reimbursement of money paid as public assistance for that child.

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Feb. 5, 2021