My husband resided in the family house after he retired last year from PA State Police. He moved home as planned although he had an affair we attempted to work on the marriage by doing counseling…etc. He went to PA and filed for divorce 1/28/19 and returned to our home as if nothing happened…I was not aware of this until Feb 9, 2019, when I was served with divorce papers Friday. He stated on the document he resided in PA for 6 months previously to the filing, which is a lie. He also stated it is a no-fault divorce, which if I were to divorce him I am or will file under the Alienation of Affection Law which allows three years from the time you are aware of the affair. How can or what can I do to contest his Address in PA so we can do the right process in NC the one full year separation? I have documents state, credit card statement and bills he pay plus for the past 8 years he has paid the mortgage on our home.
It sounds like you will need to contest his claim of residency in PA with your supporting documentation that he was actually a resident of NC.
You should contact a family law attorney in PA ASAP to discuss what needs to be done.
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