There are basic “entitlements” described in the divorce laws of North Carolina. If you are a parent, you are entitled to continue to parent your child in some form or fashion. If you have marital property, you are entitled to have an “equitable” portion of the marital estate. If you earn little or no money and your spouse earns significantly more, you may be entitled to some spousal support. What you would get in a trial would depend on what county you are in and what judge was hearing your case.