This page contains resources and information about getting a divorce in Cary, North Carolina. Whether you live or work in Cary, NC, these family law resources may be helpful to you as you begin to contemplate what a divorce will look like for you.
Cary is located in Wake County, North Carolina. As such, you must be separated for one full year to obtain a divorce in Cary. How this separation period starts is going to depend a lot on your situation. Whether you live in Cary and are just looking for a place to cool off for the night, or work in Cary and want to find a place to stay that is close to your office – here are some local lodging options for you in Cary:
- You can’t do much better than the Umstead Hotel and Spa. Pamper yourself while you think about your future.
- Towneplace Suites Marriott Cary Weston Parkway – When my wife and I first moved to Cary from Florida, we stayed here a number of times. It is clean, reasonably priced, and safe.
- Residence Inn Cary in Regency Park. Located in South Cary off of Regency Drive. Our extended family always stays there when they come to visit.
If you are unable to afford a hotel or need a local shelter, here are some other Cary divorce resources for you to consider:
- Women’s Center of Wake County WCWC
- Wrenn House
- Wake Interfaith Hospitality Network
- Interact of Wake County
In addition, if you are looking for more permanent residential options in Cary, you may want to review:
If you are the victim of domestic violence, or are experiencing an emergency, then we recommend that you immediately contact either the Cary Police Department at (919) 469-4012 or the Wake County Sheriff’s Office. When in doubt, dial 9-1-1.
As always, if you have questions and can’t find the answer you are looking for here, please contact Cary Divorce Attorney James Hart at (919) 460-5422.