North Carolina requires that you be separated for a period of one year before being eligible to file for Raleigh absolute divorce. For example, if you separated on April 1, 2013, you are eligible to file for Raleigh divorce on or after April 2, 2014. Why You Should Seek Legal Support I can imagine some […]
Many factors can contribute to leaving the marital home, but there are repercussions to moving out. Be sure you know the legality of property division and other aspects of separation and divorce that can be affected by moving out.
It’s an age old question, “Should I date while separated?” Well, the choice is yours, but after taking a closer look at the history of divorce results in North Carolina, you might be wise to reconsider.
Divorcing a spouse who is out of state requires a few additional steps than a standard, in state divorce. Find out what you need to do to prepare yourself for an out of state divorce.
A divorce in North Carolina can be a simple matter or take years depending upon many factors. If your divorce is contested or allegations of misconduct are made, then the proceedings can take much longer. Find out what it takes to have a short, successful divorce by reading the resource by our team of Raleigh family lawyers.