A Greensboro divorce is also known as an “Absolute Divorce.” In North Carolina, the only legal method of terminating a marriage is through a judgement of absolute divorce. North Carolina is a “no-fault” state, which simply means that neither partner in the marriage has to prove fault in order to get a Greensboro divorce. The process of obtaining an Greensboro divorce seems simple; If you meet the criteria for filing a divorce and then petition the court for a judgement of absolute divorce, the judge will grant the petition or explain why he cannot. BUT as with most simple things, they may end up being extremely complex, especially when emotions and children are involved. You need an experienced team of legal professionals to fight FOR YOU, to get the best outcome for your family, and at Dummit Fradin that is what we provide.