If you have no marital property to divide, then you can file for an absolute divorce on your own in North Carolina since your wife resides in North Carolina. If your wife does not file an answer to the absolute divorce complaint, then you can have the clerk sign an absolute divorce form which is the equivalent of a divorce by default. All of this could be done via mail.
However, it may be easier if your wife is the one to file for the absolute divorce since she lives in NC. You could sign an acceptance of service so that your wife would not have to serve you be certified mail or process server in Israel.
Check out our Do It Yourself Divorce Guide which you may find very helpful in your situation.
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