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DIVORCE and SEPARATION
Make sure you are fully aware of the regulations
regarding separation and divorce before proceeding.
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In North Carolina, a married couple must
be separated for one year before a
request for a divorce can be made. The
couple must live under two separate roofs
continuously for one year, with the intent
by at least one spouse to end the marriage
to obtain a divorce. Property division and
spousal support will be waived if they are
not fully resolved before the divorce is
granted or asked for through a lawsuit.
A Separation Agreement is a legal contract
between a Husband and Wife resolving
issues such as property distribution,
custody, child support and spousal
support. A Separation Agreement must be