How to file for divorce. The EASIEST, QUICKEST & most AFFORDABLE way through the divorce process.
To be eligible:
1) you must have been separated (not living together) for at least 1 year AND
2) one of you must have resided in N.C. for at least the last 6 months.
If so, follow these 3 simple steps . . .
1) Fill out our Divorce Interview Form below – takes about 5 minutes!
2) We will e-mail your Divorce paper work – you just Print, Sign, Return & Done! ™
3) Make your Payment. That’s it! No Court, No Office Visit – we handle everything else. Works for all North Carolina counties.
Yes, it IS that easy
NOTE: Your information is transmitted securely!
Please fill out the form accurately and completely to avoid delays or costly corrections.
Your Divorce paper work is hand drafted and reviewed by a licensed North Carolina attorney – not mere computer generated forms as with other services. It may take up to 24 hours to receive it by e-mail and a few days to receive it by postal mail.
Click submit one time, you will then see a confirmation page. If not – check to see if you missed any required responses.
Don’t wanna wait for us to draft your divorce paper work? Click here for an alternate Printable Divorce Form that you can print, fill out & return – Right Now.
READ ON FOR ADDITIONAL DIVORCE INFORMATION:
In North Carolina, there are two (2) basic requirements for an Uncontested Divorce:
1) Either the Husband OR the Wife must have resided in the State of North Carolina for at least six (6) months prior to filing the Divorce, AND 2) The Husband and Wife must have been physically separated (not living together) for at least one (1) year with the intention of the person filing the Divorce to not resume the marital relationship. If you meet these two simple requirements – you are most likely eligible for an Uncontested Divorce in North Carolina.
Our Service is for an Uncontested Divorce only (meaning you are not fighting with your spouse about other matters). Please discuss the divorce with your spouse BEFORE you hire us to make sure you both AGREE and want a divorce. If your divorce becomes contested, we may have to dismiss your case or have it moved to another county! Also, unless you have a properly drafted Separation Agreement, once this type of Divorce is filed, you may be waiving any claims to Equitable Distribution (a Court division of property), Post Separation Support and / or Alimony (any monetary support payments from your spouse). If you have questions about this, call us. While it may sound complicated and lawyerly, it’s not and takes about 5 minutes to explain.Uncontested Divorce in North Carolina is where the parties are not fighting over other issues and agree to have a Divorce Judgment entered.
Our fee for an Uncontested Divorce is a flat rate fee of $395*. Our law firm prides itself on having the lowest and most affordable attorney fee in the entire state of North Carolina and for providing a professional, easy, convenient and inexpensive way to get our clients through the divorce process. The process normally takes 45 to 60 days to complete from start to finish. If you and your spouse are interested in speeding up the process AND your spouse is willing to cooperate with you, the divorce can be completed in 30 to 45 days. There is an additional fee of $100 for the quicker expedited service – just let us know in the Divorce Interview Form below if you need expedited service.
* NOTE: Our fee of $395 includes everything needed for a standard Uncontested Divorce including Court Cost and Expenses including service of the Divorce Complaint by certified mail which is sufficient for most clients if you have a good mailing address for your spouse. However, the fee does not cover other methods of service such as service by sheriff or by a legal publication in a newspaper if you do not have a good address for your spouse.
If you prefer not to submit information online, you may download our Divorce Interview Form in the format of your choice below. Simply download and print the form, fill it out and bring it with you to your appointment or return it to us by mail, fax or scanned e-mail attachment and we will respond to you just as if you filled out the online version of the form. Note: These forms are virus, spy-ware and ad-ware free and are secured using the same methods as banks do.
Click here for: PDF Version of the Divorce Interview Form
Click here for: Word Perfect Version of the Divorce Interview Form
Coming soon, MS Word version!
LINKS to other helpful Information:
Click here for more information on: The Divorce Process: What To Expect – Our 5 Simple Steps
Once your divorce is filed, if you’d like to know you case number, Court Date or other Court information: Click Here: To go to the North Carolina Administrative Offices of the Court
Our firm represents clients in Uncontested Divorce from all 100 North Carolina counties:
Alamance County, Alexander County, Alleghany County, Anson County, Ashe County, Avery County, Beaufort County, Bertie County, Bladen County, Brunswick County, Buncombe County, Burke County, Cabarrus County, Caldwell County, Camden County, Carteret County, Caswell County, Catawba County, Chatham County, Cherokee County, Chowan County, Clay County, Cleveland County, Columbus County, Craven County, Cumberland County, Currituck County, Dare County, Davidson County, Davie County, Duplin County, Durham County, Edgecombe County, Forsyth County, Franklin County, Gaston County, Gates County, Graham County, Granville County, Greene County, Guilford County, Halifax County, Harnett County, Haywood County, Henderson County, Hertford County, Hoke County, Hyde County, Iredell County, Jackson County, Johnston County, Jones County, Lee County, Lenoir County, Lincoln McDowell County, Macon County, Madison County, Martin County, Mecklenburg County, Mitchell County, Montgomery County, Moore County, Nash County, New Hanover County, Northampton County, Onslow County, Orange County, Pamlico County, Pasquotank County, Pender County, Perquimans County, Person County, Pitt County, Polk County, Randolph Richmond County, Robeson County, Rockingham County, Rowan County, Rutherford County, Sampson County, Scotland County, Stanly County, Stokes County, Surry County, Swain Transylvania County, Tyrrell County, Union County, Vance County, Wake County, Warren County, Washington County, Watauga County, Wayne County, Wilkes County, Wilson County, Yadkin County, Yancey County