Getting a Divorce

Our aim is to provide comprehensive services if you are getting a divorce.

Getting a Divorce in North Carolina

If you and your spouse are getting a divorce in North Carolina, it’s important that you both know your legal rights. At NorthPointe Law Group, we can advise you about a full range of legal needs, including the proper steps for completing your divorce legally.

In North Carolina, the absolution of divorce process is primarily straightforward. Getting a divorce in North Carolina is simplified if you and your spouse have lived apart for more than 12 months, one or more parties aim for the separation to be permanent, and one or more parties files a complaint with the NC court stating this intention. Once the separation period has passed and an official complaint has been filed, absolution of divorce is typically granted in 60-90 days.

In the event there are children or properties involved when getting a divorce in North Carolina, you may find that our legal assistance at NorthPointe Law Group is beneficial. We offer divorce mediation services that can help you and the other parties involved in your divorce proceedings reach an agreement that works for everyone involved. Our experienced team is also equipped to handle a variety of complex divorce situations, including the drawing up of separation agreements or child custody decisions.

Our aim at NorthPointe Law Group is to provide comprehensive services if you are getting a divorce in North Carolina, so your needs are met and the best possible outcomes are achieved. Contact us today if you are seeking legal advice about divorce or need an attorney to assist with your case.