Quick Question


#1

Incurable insanity mandates a 3 year waiting period, but that isn’t used very frequently.

Otherwise, I’m pretty sure it’s one year, no matter what.


#2

One year, one day separation and insanity are the only two reasons divorce are granted in NC. This is a no fault state. Not really sure what you mean by “type” of divorce…


#3

Divorce can be granted in North Carolina after the parties have been separated for one year and one day. The only other basis would be incurable insanity, which requires a three year waiting period.

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#4

Is the law the same, one year waiting period no matter what type of divorce in NC?