if you have lived in pa for 6 months that’s where you file. just because you separated in nc doesn’t mean you file there.
Greetings. You have to file where one of you lives and where the court has jurisdiction. Since none of you are living in NC, it is unlikely that you will be filing in NC. The separation agreement does not give you the right to file in NC. Talk to an attorney in PA. Thank you.
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I am trying to figure out how to start the process for filing a divorce in NC. My husband and I have been lagally seperated since march 31st 2005. He is in the military and now serving in iraq. He waived his right under the soldiers and sailors protection act. He has been unfaithful more times than I can count on my fingers and toes and my 3 childrens. We have a seperation agreement that was drafted by the military legal office that was signed and notarized may 2 2005. I just want this nightmare to be over with. The problem is that he kept bringing other females in front of our three children and playing head games with me and my children so I moved back home to pittsburgh, Pa. The seperation agrrement says that the divorce can be filed as long as nothing in it is changed. that means I have to file in NC. any suggetsions on where to begin and what I need to do?