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This action has a three year statute of limitations and doesn’t require sexual relations, unlike an action for “criminal conversation”.
The best advice that you would get from your Raleigh divorce lawyer is simple—don’t do it.
Dating can have both personal and legal consequences that can be harmful to your divorce action.
Under North Carolina General Statute 50-6, a couple must be separated for one year before a divorce is final.
Even though separated, you are still technically married until the court enters the order granting the divorce.
Dating while going through a divorce can have a number of negative effects on the divorce proceedings, both in court and emotionally.
Additionally, while every state is now a no-fault divorce state, marital misconduct can still be considered in some situations.
If you need legal advice regarding your uncontested divorce in Louisiana, we recommend that you contact a lawyer in your area.
In almost all cases, you file for a divorce in the state where you reside.
To file for divorce in Louisiana, parties have the option of filing either a grounds-based divorce or a no-fault divorce.
Louisiana laws regarding the "grounds," or reasons, for the divorce vary depending on the type of marriage and whether a spouse wants to allege some sort of wrongdoing.
For example, the judge might disapprove of the dating spouse's behavior and develop a bias against them.