Divorce and martial debt


Greetings. First, I too have to have a life away from the computer sometimes…so patience is a virtue. From today forward, whenever anyone complains about me being slow, I may just delay even longer on answering their questions!

Okay, if you have been separated for one year and one day, she cannot delay the divorce unless she disagrees with the divorce.

As far as the equitable distribution - that can go along for a long time depending on who is setting up hearings and pushing the matter forward (as well as the court’s calendar). Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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Since I got no response from my last question I have another question,how long can my wife prolong the divorce, we have been seperated for over a year, and i have all documenation of all martial debts. and will all martial debt be split no matter who name its in as long as you can prove it was martial debt before the seperation?