Notwithstanding any other pending claims filed in the same action, a party may appeal
from an order or judgment adjudicating a claim for absolute divorce, divorce from
bed and board, the validity of a premarital agreement as defined by G.S. 52B-2(1), child custody, child support, alimony, or equitable distribution if the order or
judgment would otherwise be a final order or judgment within the meaning of G.S. 1A-1, Rule 54(b), but for the other pending claims in the same action. A party does not forfeit the right to appeal under this section if the party fails
to immediately appeal from an order or judgment described in this section. An appeal from an order or judgment under this section shall not deprive the trial
court of jurisdiction over any other claims pending in the same action.
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