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Missing this deadline can mean losing your property in a divorce

In North Carolina, divorcing couples have a right to “equitable distribution” of property. Equitable distribution refers to a court-ordered division of property between spouses that is considered “fair”—which often, but not always, amounts to a 50/50 split. It is important to understand your rights to marital property in a divorce and the actions you must take in order to receive what you’re entitled to.

What happens when a military couple divorces in North Carolina?

If you or your spouse is in the military and you choose to divorce, you will file for divorce in the state in which you live. If you claim North Carolina as your home, you will have to prove it as your domicile (e.g., by showing that you paid taxes or voted in that state).

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