The question you are asking is kind of missing alot what are you wanting to do? You dont need much to get a divorce just be sep for a year and pay in my ex’s case she spent $130.00 + att fee to get this.
quote:the question on hand is can emails be used in court against one party to show adultery or other inappropriate behavior to help win a divorce case...for one side
[i]Originally posted by Dee Full[/i] [br]What kind of things can be used against the other in divorce? Can you use emails removed from hard drive in court without an order.
You don’t “win” a divorce case. Anyone can be divorced for any reason (no fault needed) after one year and one day of separation (living apart and separate). There are no loop holes around it. NC is a no fault State when it comes to divorce being granted.
NOW, if you have an alimony issue or custody issue, the adultry may come into play. If that is the case, gather whatever evidence you have when that issue is brought up in court. A person seeking alimony that is proven to be guilty of adultry will not receive alimony.
If you are speaking of the absolute divorce, the only evidence that is required is your sworn statement that you have been separated for one year and one day, and that one of you intended for the separation to be permanent.
Helena M. Nevicosi
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
919.787.6668 main phone
919.787.6361 main fax
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What kind of things can be used against the other in divorce? Can you use emails removed from hard drive in court without an order.