(North Carolina Statutes - Chapter 50 - Sections: 50-8) The Complaint for Divorce must declare the appropriate North Carolina grounds upon which the divorce is being sought.
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My husband and I are divorcing, and he says that unless I agree to split the property the way he wants, he’ll take me to court and the judge will order us to sell everything. First, we’re sorry that your husband has resorted to divorce threats instead of working with you […]Isn’t it amazing how you’ll spend an entire back-breaking day cleaning your garage every few years and promise yourself that you’ll never, ever let it revert back into the cluttered mess that it was?
A separation agreement is sometimes the first step in the divorce process, and often comes into play when a couple needs to meet the state waiting period requirement before they file for divorce.
This waiting period can be anywhere from a few months to a year.
Then, come next spring, your beautiful, spic-and-span garage has somehow de-evolved once again into something that looks suspiciously like a landfill. When the couple […]Aside from your home, it is likely that the retirement accounts you and your husband hold make up a large portion of your shared assets.