Guiding You Though the Divorce Process in Mecklenburg and Union Counties

Divorce does not have to be a difficult process in North Carolina. We live in a no-fault divorce state, which means that neither side has to prove fault for breakup of the marriage.

In North Carolina, marriages may be dissolved and the parties thereto divorced from the bonds of matrimony on the application of either party, if and when the husband and wife have lived separate and apart for one year, and the plaintiff or defendant in the suit for divorce has resided in the state for a period of six months. N.C.G.S. § 50-6.

Dedicated Representation in Divorce and All Related Matters

At Kennedy Law Associates, our Charlotte divorce attorneys are here to help you navigate the divorce process with grace and dignity. Two of the biggest steps at the end of a marriage are reaching a mutually acceptable agreement regarding the division of property and figuring out your new parenting arrangements. We can help you negotiate an agreement with your spouse during the separation period. Once you and your spouse reach an agreement, that can be incorporated as a part of your final divorce judgment.

Our North Carolina family law attorneys are available to answer any questions you may have, including:

In North Carolina you can seek an annulment if your marriage was based on fraud. However, you need to meet very specific requirements before you can get an annulment.

Call for a Consultation With a Child Custody and Spousal Support Attorney

If you need assistance with custody, support and other family law matters, we are prepared to help. Contact our Charlotte divorce lawyers online or call 704-512-0619 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation.