A question we often get at our office is what are the legal requirements for separation and separation agreements in North Carolina.So, here’s a short article to help you understand what is (and is not!While we hope you don’t need us for separation or divorce, we are honored to help if it comes to that.
In some cases, couples can be separated while living in the same residence if the residence has essentially been divided into two independent, unconnected dwelling units.
) required for a legal separation and separation agreements in North Carolina. Please be sure to let us know what other questions you have, so we can make sure our blog posts are useful!
If you need help, or have more questions about legal separation, separation agreements, and/or divorce, contact one of the attorneys at Payne Law, PLLC for a consultation.
You do not need a separation agreement nor do you have to file any papers or documents to be separated in North Carolina.
Furthermore, having a separation agreement, in itself, does not create a legal separation.
Technically, the suit is not “criminal,” nor is one brought based on “conversation” alone.