Expedited temp alimony/ Spousal Support

I reside in Columbus Co., NC. I’ve read there is expedited temp spousal support avail. for dependent spouse in a plea (?) separate to the Bed and Board divorce complaint in “most” counties of North Carolina. I need to know if this can be done in Columbus County of NC ?
I don’t know where to find it in NC law re: which counties to confirm. Highly important to me. Ty

There is no such thing in NC, in any county, as expedited or emergency postseparation support or alimony.

However, the calendaring of cases on the court dockets is different in every county. Each county has their own procedures to schedule cases for hearing before the judge, and some county practices are more efficient and faster than others.

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It sounds to me then it is more common practice that temp alimony within a Bed and Board initial divorce complaint is dealt when first court hearing comes up with designated Judge assigned to case.
Thank you for your info.