Asheboro Divorce Attorneys | Randolph County Divorce Attorneys2018-11-27T15:50:55+00:00

Asheboro Divorce

The dissolution of a marriage is a complex process that is tremendously personal and encompasses your entire life. Our Asheboro Divorce Attorneys are experienced, understanding, compassionate and will fight to get the best possible outcome for you and your family. If you are considering a Divorce, you should call us, Dummit Fradin, Attorneys at Law, and let us represent you.

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Welcome to Dummit Fradin | Asheboro Divorce

At Dummit Fradin we have a team of Asheboro divorce attorneys that will assist those who are seeking an absolute divorce. All divorces in Asheboro and North Carolina are what is known as an “absolute divorce”. An absolute divorce is simply the termination of the marriage bond that was created when the marriage certificate was issued. In Asheboro, Randolph county, and all of North Carolina, a judgement of divorce does not require there to be anyone at fault. North Carolina is a “no fault” divorce state and does not require any party to be at fault. Once the judgement of divorce is handed down and recorded, the bonds of marriage are ended, and the previous couple are now considered legally single.

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Stephanie Goldsborough
Stephanie GoldsboroughAttorney
Attorney Stephanie Goldsborough is an experienced Asheboro Family law attorney who has an established reputation for providing aggressive advocacy, both inside and outside of the courtroom. Under her reliable legal guidance, you can feel more confident about the direction of your case and your future .
Liz Alaniz
Liz AlanizLegal Assistant
Liz Alaniz is a crucial component of our Asheboro Family law team, a true professional she supports our Attorneys, works with clients and their families. She is caring, dedicated and has a passion for helping others and making a difference in people’s lives.
Megan Spidell
Megan SpidellAttorney
Megan’s dedication and commitment to protecting families has earned her a reputation for hard hitting litigation. She is passionate about not just safeguarding the rights of our clients, but also helping them obtain the results they need to reach their goals. Megan is knows the Asheboro Family law courts very well and does everything possible to ensure the needs of our clients are met, from start to finish.

Asheboro Absolute Divorce

In Asheboro a divorce is also known as an “absolute divorce”. The only legal method of divorce in Asheboro, Randolph County and North Carolina is the absolute divorce. North Carolina is a “no fault” state, which simply means that the couple does not have to demonstrate any reason for the divorce to be granted. This is what is known as a “No-Fault Divorce”. In some states, there must be a party at fault to receive a judgement of divorce. The only way to get a Asheboro divorce is to petition the court for a “Judgement of absolute divorce”.  Once the judgement for absolute divorce is granted, the marriage is ended and both parties are considered a single person once again.

  • Judgement for Absolute Divorce

  • No Fault Divorce

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Asheboro Divorce Conditions

There are several criteria that must be met in order to successfully petition for divorce in Asheboro. The criteria for an absolute divorce are simple and clear. When you go before a judge to ask for an Asheboro divorce, the judge will consider the conditions and either grant the “Judgement for absolute divorce” or the judge will issue instructions describing which criteria were not met. The four criteria are listed below.

  • Must be a legal marriage under North Carolina state law.

  • One member of the marriage must have lived in North Carolina for at least 6 months.

  • There must be a period of separation for at least 1 year before petitioning for an absolute divorce.

  • The time spent apart must be with the intent of dissolving the marriage contract.

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Asheboro Divorce : Legal Separation

Prior to petitioning for an Asheboro Absolute divorce, a couple must be separated for at least 1 year. There are two types of separation, “voluntary” and “divorce from bed and board”.  The Asheboro courts record the start date of the separation from the first day you and your spouse started living apart with the intent to be divorced. Living apart means separate residences; you cannot live in the same home and be considered separated. The Asheboro courts do not require a document or separation agreement for a separation to be legal, but a legal separation agreement can be helpful when you petition the court for divorce.

The majority of Asheboro separations are voluntary in nature, but it is important to be aware of the “divorce from bed and board” separation. The Asheboro courts can force a separation, although it is rarely done. It is important to know how this forced separation could be granted. Typically this decree is only used when one party refuses to enter into a separation agreement.

  • Separated for one full year

  • Live in separate residences for a full year.

  • No sleepovers.

  • No cohabitation.

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Top 100 National trial lawyers
ASLA top 100 Lawyers award
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ASLA TOP 40 Lawyer Under 40 Award
NTL Top 40 Trial Lawyers Under 40 Award

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The needs of our clients always come first. For the convenience of the individuals we serve, we have three office locations. No matter what the case entails, we look forward to meeting and working with you to get through this matter as efficiently and effectively as possible.

1133 West First Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 777-8081
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820 North Elm Street
High Point, NC 27262
(336) 777-1770
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412 West Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
(336) 482-3848
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