Divorce in Wake County
Wake County is the second most populated county in North Carolina. Divorce is unfortunate, but it happens on a regular basis, and is subject to the same laws as the rest of North Carolina.
The process for how you go about Divorce differs from county to county, but the law is the same. In North Carolina, residents of Wake County can only request an absolute divorce after one year of separation. North Carolina is a “no fault” divorce state which means either spouse may demand the Divorce.
Can an attorney help me?
Making an error as you traverse the Divorce process is remarkably simple, but costly. An attorney can help you preserve your rights during the process, advise you how to best present your case in court, and help you be successful in your filings. Read more about absolute divorce.