North Carolina Divorce
The North Carolina divorce papers allow for a resident to complete the process of filing without the use of an attorney. Receiving legal advice is still highly recommended but if the petitioner decides to represent themselves the only cost (from the court) will be $245.
Acceptance of Service and Waiver of Responsive Pleading.pdf This form must be completed by the Defendant in order to confirm that he or she has received copies of all the divorce petitions and forms f
Affidavit as to Status of Minor Child.pdf This form states where the minor children of the marriage have been residing for the previous 5 years.
Child Support Guidelines.pdf This form states the guidelines when it comes to the calculation and payment of child support in the State of North Carolina.
Civil Action Cover Sheet.pdf This form should be filed with the divorce complaint to let the clerk know what type of case is being filed. There will also be a filing fee.
Civil Summons.pdf This form must be completed and filled in by the Defendant to show that they received any and all divorce documents that were previously filed by the Petitioner. This form must be gi
Complaint for Divorce.pdf This form must be completed by the Petitioner in order to start the divorce process. After completion, file the form at the clerk'soffice and pay the required filing fee.
Divorce by Summary Judgment.pdf In North Carolina, the divorce can be handled by the Judge without having to go to a court hearing date. This form may be authorized by the Judge and the divorce proces
Divorce Instructions.pdf This is the official guide to filing for divorce without an attorney in North Carolina.
Financial Affidavit.pdf This form states the financial income and liabilities for each spouse. This form must be traded with one another in order to come to terms for the Marital Settlement Agreement.
Joint Custody Worksheet.pdf This form is only to be used when the marriage that contains minor children has parents that want to share their custody.