Yes. As long as you have resided in North Carolina for at least six months immediately prior to filing for divorce it does not matter that your spouse has never resided in North Carolina. However, you may not be able to file other claims against your spouse such as alimony, child support or equitable distribution. North Carolina Family Law Specialist Monty Beck can advise you whether you can file additional claims against your spouse in North Carolina.
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