North Carolina requires a separation period of one year before couples are eligible to divorce. Many refer to some divorces as "simple" divorces. Although many may fall within that category, by filing for divorce you may be waiving important rights that you have acquired during the marriage.
North Carolina law requires that a divorce be completed in a proscribed way. If there are any missteps, the divorce can later be nullified or otherwise be undone.
Our law firm ensures that the divorce process is done efficiently, that the client is aware of all consequences of a divorce, and that our clients can rely that the divorce decree is valid.
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