Divorce

In North Carolina, the purpose of divorce is to dissolve or terminate a marriage. Without competent divorce or separation counsel, divorce can have a devastating impact on your life, your property and any claims for spousal support.

To obtain a divorce in North Carolina, you must be separated continuously for at least one year before filing for divorce by living in different residences with the intent to live separate and apart. Proof of fault is not required. Any claims for post-separation support, alimony, or equitable distribution must be made or reserved prior to the granting of an absolute divorce or you risk those claims being barred.

If you are seeking a divorce you should obtain the services of a well-established law firm such as Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long, L.L.P. to look out for your best interests. You can rely on our firm for a superior, highly-skilled and experienced team of Union County divorce attorneys who will take the time to understand you during this emotionally challenging experience and efficiently respond to your needs and desires.