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Twenty-two-year-old Jenelle Evans of Raleigh, who is best remembered for starring on Teen Mom 2, officially divorced her husband, Courtland Rogers, United Press International reported.
A clerk from Brunswick County confirmed to that Evans was finally granted divorce from estranged husband Rogers on Tuesday, June 10, after waiting for more than a year. Divorce laws in North Carolina state that married couples must live separately for at least a year before they can be allowed to file a petition for divorce in the courts.
Evans tied the knot with Rogers in 2012, but the former pair separated after they were arrested for heroin possession in April 2013.
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MTV’s American reality TV star Jenelle Evans’ soon-to-be-ex-husband Courtland Rogers is reportedly delaying signing the divorce papers filed by Evans on May 2, Wetpaint reported on May 12.
According to Rogers’ Twitter account post on Saturday, May 10, he won’t sign anything until his lawyer is present, which won’t be until at least July 11. Evans is scheduled to deliver a baby fathered by her new boyfriend, Nathan Griffith, this June. If the divorce process is not started immediately, she will still be married to Rogers when the baby comes out. Due to a North Carolina law, it is possible his name will be on the birth certificate if they are still married until a paternity test proves he is not the father.
Divorce is a difficult, painful, and complex process for a married couple to undergo. The expertise and sensitivity of the lawyers at Marshall & Taylor PLLC in Raleigh may alleviate the stress of legal processes. Call our offices today at 919-833-1040.