SEPARATION – HOW DO I GET STARTED?

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  HOW DO I GET STARTED? State:  North Carolina Answer:  Your question is rather vague. If you meant “how do you get started with a divorce (or separation)?,” we would direct you to your local county government resources in North Carolina. You could also visit your local county courthouse to see what forms and documents are necessary to pursue the course of action you are seeking to complete. You could also contact an...

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Question about Hidden Assets

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  Separated, not legally but my ex has bought several large ticket items since, we separated I have found out that a large part of his income was never deposited into the our household account but into other accounts just in his name, if he purchased these items with that money which was part of our marital income, am I entitled to half or part value? State:  North Carolina Answer:  If you are voluntarily separated and there is...

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I need to know when my divorce was processed.

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  I need to know when my divorce was processed. (NC) State:  North Carolina Answer:  You can perform a Vital Records Search (for a 3 year period) in North Carolina for $24 that will show if your divorce has been finalized. Contact the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services online at: http://vitalrecords.dhhs.state.nc.us/vr/index.html – The Divorce.com Team Wendy Jaffe and Divorce.com can only provide...

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How do I go about getting a divorce? I was married in New Mexico and now I’m residing in North Carolina.

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  How do I go about getting a divorce? I was married in New Mexico and now I’m residing in North Carolina. State:  North Carolina Answer:  You file for divorce in the state and county in which you currently reside. North Carolina permits you to file after six months of residency. – The Divorce.com Team Wendy Jaffe and Divorce.com can only provide general information about divorce. DO NOT RELY ON MS. JAFFE’S...

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Long Term Care after Divorce

Aug 8, 2012 by

Danny Mensh, president of Mensh Insurance in Winston-Salem, North Carolina put out an interesting press release related to divorce recently. Mr. Mensh’s part in the equation is providing insurance of course, but he also makes some interesting observations concerning the need for long term care insurance and divorce. He notes that the rate of divorce has been rising slightly despite a weakened economy and when older couples in between their 40s and 60s get divorced it can bring about...

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I am a bed bound person and want to file for divorce but do not have the money to do so.

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  I am a bed bound person and want to file for divorce but do not have the money to do so. Is there something I can do to find a easier way? State:  North Carolina Answer:  North Carolina law will allow a No-Fault divorce based on the grounds of living separate and apart for at least one year continuously. That would be the simplest divorce process you could execute. The least expensive method would be to complete and file your...

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Desperate

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  I’m from mich. My husband and I moved to NC by his family. We came in Jan. Things weren’t good so I went back to mich for a month and he talked me and my kids to come back. Well now I know he’s been cheating and I wanna leave for good. Now he refuses to let go back home with my kids. I have no friends or fam here. I wanna go back to mich. Is it illegal for me to take my kids to Michigan??? We haven’t even been back for 6 months. (MI) State:  ...

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HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO WAIT TO FILE FOR DIVORCE IN NORTH CAROLINA?

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  I GOT MARRIED IN FLORIDA IN THE YEAR OF 93,MY HUSBAND I HAVE SPLIT UP OF AND ON FOR THE LAST 3 YEARS,AND I MOVED TO NORTH CAROLINA IN 2007.WE SPLIT UP FOR THE LAST TIME IN JANUARY OF 2008.HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO WAIT TO FILE FOR DIVORCE IN NORTH CAROLINA NOW? State:  North Carolina Answer:  You can file for divorce in North Carolina after you have been a resident for 6 months. – The Divorce.com Team Wendy Jaffe and...

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Question about divorce in North Carolina

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  My friend has been legally separated from his wife for over 1 year but she keeps contesting the divorce. Earlier this year she called her lawyer and told the lawyer they had intercourse, which is not true, and her attorney told his attorney. I was told that when this happens, in the state of North Carolina, its another one year waiting period. Well now she has gone to boot camp, she enlisted in the Army. Is it possible for him to still get his divorce. My understanding...

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