How to Get a NC Divorce

Divorces of North Carolina makes the divorce process quick and easy.  If you need the Courts to help settle issues with your divorce, then Divorces of North Carolina is not right for you. However, if you have already worked out those issues, you don’t need to pay thousands of dollars for your divorce. Many people are simply unaware that getting an uncontested divorce online possible. Not only possible but also the fastest, and the cheapest way to get a divorce in North Carolina.  Since you don’t go to court, it is also the easiest and most convenient way to get a divorce.

To qualify for divorce in North Carolina, you must swear that you and your spouse have been living separately for at least one year and that either you or your spouse have been a North Carolina resident for a minimum of six months. To qualify for our services, your divorce must be uncontested since all rights to alimony and equitable distribution of marital property must be invoked prior to divorce proceedings. However, child support and custody issues do not affect your eligibility because they can be resolved at any time. If you think you will need legal action to settle any issues, it is probably in your best interest to obtain the divorce in conjunction with a law suit.

Clients begin by filling out the “Get Started” form on the Divorces of NC website. Shortly after, we will contact you for any additional information that we need to process your case. That email will include a link for you to pay the $150 fee via credit card. Note that you also pay the court filing fees at this time. If you receive government financial assistance of any kind, including disability, it may be possible to get court costs waived.

After you pay, we will draft the NC divorce papers and send them to you by your preferred method of mail or e-mail. Once you have signed, notarized and returned the paperwork to our office, we will then send the paperwork to the courthouse and file it.

Next, we send copies of the filed paperwork to your spouse. Your spouse will sign just one document, have it notarized and return it to our office.  Please note, if you think your spouse might not cooperate and sign the paperwork and/or may contest the divorce, you need to contact us to discuss your options. 

Thirty days after the date your spouse signs the paperwork, Divorces of NC will schedule a a judge review where he/she will confirm that all the paperwork is correct and then sign the divorce decree. You will never have to miss work for an office or courthouse visit and you will be regularly updated on the progress of your divorce along the way. Usually in about 90 days, the cheap and fast divorce you’ve been hoping for will be completed.