My soon to be ex and I conceived a child in a “lapse in judgement” one time fling in January early into our separation. Would our separation be extended to 1 year after birth or at all regardless of conception of our kid? We were still living separate and apart during conception. Since the conception we’ve had no intentions of reconciling.
No, the pregnancy has no bearing on the separation for absolute divorce purposes and is irrelevant to the issue of absolute divorce.
To obtain an absolute divorce, you must have been living continuously separate and apart for at least one year and it must have been the intent of at least one spouse that the separation be permanent as well as having a valid marriage and being a resident of the State of NC for the last six months.
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