Quick and Easy Divorce

Divorces of NC gives you a Quick and Easy divorce for only $150 by a North Carolina Attorney

We make it easy and cheap for you to to get a quick divorce in NC.

How do we provide a quick divorce that is also easy?

    • We complete the divorce paperwork for you – Quick and Easy
    • We go to the courthouse and file the divorce papers for you – Quick and Easy
  • No office visit needed
  • No courthouse visit required of you
  • No missed work for you
  • Only $150 (plus Court Costs, if not waived)

How can we do divorces so cheaply?  The key is your divorce being uncontested. Since your spouse doesn’t fight the divorce, we don’t have to spend time or money arguing with your spouse or their attorney.  It may cost more if they won’t cooperate and sign for service but so long they don’t contest  the divorce, Divorces of North Carolina can get you inexpensively and easily divorced.

Our legal assistants work with you online or by phone.  Most importantly, they will work with you throughout the process – beginning to end.

If you and your spouse have decided that the next step is divorce, please call us 704-248-5100 or submit the Getting Started form to begin the process.

In North Carolina you can also obtain your own divorce. Most County Clerks Offices will work with you to some degree to create and file the paperwork for a divorce. However that method requires you to make multiple trips to the courthouse to fill out the forms, file them, set a hearing and attend the hearing. And if you make a mistake along the way in your paperwork or the procedure, you may have to start all  over again! For only $150 we do ALL that legwork for you you and make sure it is done right the first time.  For more information, check out our How to Get a NC Divorce page.

To qualify for a divorce in North Carolina:

  1. You and your spouse must have been living separately for at least a year
  2. Either you or your spouse must have lived in NC for at least 6 months

Many divorces are completed in as few as 60-75 days.

Only $150 (Plus Court Costs – if not waived)

You can start by simply filling out the form on our Getting Started page .


Call 704-248-5100 with questions during normal business hours.  After hours, take a look at our FAQ page or fill out our quick question form.

For more information about us, you can find details on the About page.


Divorces of North Carolina is an accredited law firm located in Charlotte, covering all 100 counties in NC. We focus on simple low cost divorces with a personal touch, updating you every step of the way!

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Monday – Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm

6135 Park South Drive, Suite 120
Charlotte, NC 28210


We know you have questions. Here are some that we have been asked before, and may be helpful to you. Please call us (704-248-5100) for more information.

What is an uncontested divorce?

An uncontested divorce is when both parties have no outstanding issues regarding the divorce. Certain rights under a divorce such as Alimony or Equitable Distribution of the marital property can only be invoked before the divorce. Other issues, such as Child Support and Child Custody, can be settled at any time but it often makes sense to take care of them before the divorce. Many times the parties have worked out a separation agreement settling any issues before coming to us, though many other divorce there are no issues to take to court and both parties simply want to be divorced. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions about this.

What if my spouse contests my divorce?

We only handle uncontested divorces. If your spouse responds in any way and says that issues of the divorce are not settled, we may have to dismiss your case.

How long will the divorce take?

Normally, the divorce is complete in about 60 days. We cannot guarantee a time a period because factors outside our control may delay it, such as a failure to timely return documents or sometimes judges take longer than normal to review the divorce.

How much does a divorce cost?

We charge a flat rate of $150 for our standard services. Court costs are $245.  If you cannot afford to pay the court cost, and can prove that you are receiving public assistance (such as food-stamps), we may be able to get court costs waived. NOTE: This fee is based on an uncontested divorce that your spouse cooperates with you to obtain. If your spouse will not cooperate, there will be additional expenses. Contact us to discuss those expenses if you think your spouse may not cooperate. NOTE: Because most of the work we do is in the initial phase of our divorce process, once we prepare your documents and send them to you, our fee becomes nonrefundable.

Can I change my last name to any name that I want?

No. You may only change your name, as part of a divorce, to either your maiden name or a previous married name. The previous married name option can only be used if you currently have minor children from that marriage.  To choose any other name, you have to petition the court in a separate process (action) other than the divorce process that you are using us to facilitate.

How can I contact you?

You can call us at 704-248-5100 during our business hours. If you call after hours, please let us know a good time to return your call. Also you can fill out the contact form, and we will contact you to get additional information or answer any questions. Our email address is info@divorcesnc.com.

What if my spouse lives in another state?

As long as you have lived in NC for more than six months the divorce can be filed in NC.

My spouse and I have children together, can we still use your services?

Yes. The children will be referenced in the divorce. Children will not affect your ability to obtain an uncontested divorce.

Do you handle child custody or child support?

No. An uncontested divorce will not affect either spouses right concerning child custody or child support, or any agreement recorded in a separation agreement. If you think you may need to go to court to help you settle those matters, contact us for more information.

Do you handle equitable distribution or alimony?

No. The type of divorce that we focus on could potentially affect your rights under equitable distribution and alimony. If you think you may need to go to court on either of these matters, contact us for more information.

Quick Divorce Question

Use this divorce question form as a quick way to contact Divorces of NC.

We strive to contact you the next business day – either with a phone call or an email.

Our FAQ page contains answers to common questions.  Or call us during business hours at 704-248-5100 .

If you are ready to start the process and receive your completed divorce papers, submit our online Getting Started form.



Getting Started for Your NC Divorce Papers

First, submit this online form. That starts the process. Then one of our legal assistants will contact you for additional details.  They complete your NC divorce papers and send them to the email address provided or if necessary through US mail.  The divorce papers will be ready for you to sign in front of a notary.

Sometimes you don’t have all the facts needed to complete the divorce paperwork.  We can help with that too.  You may add additional information or ask a question at the end of this form. However, if you want to just ask a question go to the Quick Question page or similarly for more information, check out our FAQ page.