Monthly Archives: June 2013

North Carolina Divorce Laws May Require Longer Divorce Waiting Period

North Carolina is in the process of altering its waiting period before a divorce can be considered final. Current North Carolina divorce laws state that a couple must have lived apart for one year before the divorce becomes final. The proposed new law will not require a couple to live apart during the pendency of a divorce, and the divorce waiting period will be increased to two years if the law is passed. The two years will begin when the filing spouse serves the other spouse with a Notice of Intent to File for Divorce. Buying More Time The proposed Read more