Greetings. I believe that you are laboring over a misconception. First, a separation agreement usually divides all the marital assets and contains a waiver of equitable distribution (the division of assets in the court). There is no such thing as a divorce agreement. In North Carolina, it is against public policy to agree to get divorced in a contract. There is a divorce judgment.
The answer therefore is that you do not have to reiterate your property division in your divorce if it was already properly divided in your separation agreement. My advice is to check with an attorney though prior to the divorce to ensure that you do not lose the rights of alimony and equitable distribution if you still need to file claims on these issues. Thank you.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney at Law
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 200
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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