1 Yes one year one day the law unless you lie
2 When you leave the home
3 go to 1
hope this helped out you can lie if both of you agree but keep that under your hat if you know what I mean. It will go fast for the year trust me it will
Bye for now
The NC statute says separated for one year. The “proof” that you have been separated is that you and your ex swear under oath that you have been separated for at least a year. If you lie to speed up the divorce it is called perjury and it is a felony in the state of NC.
A year, but you cannot file until the full year of separation is completed (basically one year and one day)
Day you leave.
The court determines the truth based solely on your statements to the court. If the other side says it is a lie, then you usually prove this through leases for apartments, documents with your new address, etc. Thank you.
Janet L. Fritts
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