Contesting Divorce

Dear Michaelmeza:

Greetings. Usually the separation agreement has the date of separation in the document. If she signed the agreement and it contains the date of separation, she cannot tell the court something different unless she wants to worry about perjury. Best of luck.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney at Law
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 200
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607

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My wife and i seperated in march of last year. in the speration papers i pay her healthcare, car insurance, and some other items “untill absolute divorce”.
I informed her that our seperation was almost up and i intended on filing for the divorce. She stated she would not agree to the dates, I lived with a friend from march till july then got an apartment. What is the recoruse I have if i file for the divorce and she lies about the date of actual seperation? (she is tring to go by the date we signed the legal seperation papers which is in aug of last year)