Absolute Divorce Attorney in Charlotte & Mint Hill, NC

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In order to obtain an absolute divorce in North Carolina some prerequisites must be met: the parties have a valid marriage, spouses have lived separate and apart for at least one year (meaning the parties have physically separated and are no longer living as husband and wife), at least one spouse must be a resident of North Carolina for six months (one of the spouses must demonstrate his or her intention to remain in North Carolina indefinitely), and the spouses have at no time during the separation resumed the marital relationship.

An absolute divorce is commonly termed a simple divorce. An absolute divorce dissolves the marriage, but it does not address issues such as alimony, child support, child custody, and equitable distribution.

Wanting to learn more about what type of divorce best fits your situation? Schedule an appointment with a Divorce Attorney in Charlotte or Mint Hill, NC today by calling or texting us at 704-275-3505.

Ready to move forward with your absolute divorce? If you're looking to avoid the hassle and expenses, choose one of our packages below to get started!

Price Package 2

- Essentials -
  • Instruction Manual
  • All pleadings drafted
  • Access to assistant for procedural questions

- Standard -
  • Includes everything in Essentials PLUS...
  • Two 15 minute phone calls with the attorney
  • Direct access to attorney via email

- Premium -
  • We handle your absolute divorce from start to finish.

In order to qualify for the above pricing, the following is required:

  1. You must know the opposing party's home or work address.
  2. That address must be within the United States.
  3. Either you or the opposing party must have been a resident of North Carolina for the last six (6) months.
  4. The opposing party is not a service member/military.

If the above does not apply to you, we can still assist, but please call our office for specific pricing.