John Walker Attorney - The Divorce Clinic

The Six (6) Easy Steps For a Divorce.

Family Law & The Process for Obtaining a Uncontested Divorce in North Carolina

No contest divorce in North CarolinaStep 1 - Live in North Carolina for 6 Months and 1 Year in Separate Homes
Either you or your spouse must live in North Carolina for six months prior to filing for divorce. You must live in separate homes for at least one year prior to filing for divorce.
Step 2 - Contact Us by Computer or Phone
No contest divorce in North CarolinaWe will do a phone interview to get the information necessary to file your divorce or you can submit part of the needed information by visiting this link. Gathering the necessary information from you generally takes 15 minutes. A third way to provide us information is you can print this form at this link, complete it, and mail it in to our office.

Some of the information that is needed is your name, address and phone numbers. The date you were married, the date you began living apart, the name of the city and state where you got married, the first name and age of any children you had with your spouse. If you receive Food Stamps, AFDC or SSI then you may not have to pay court costs to file the divorce.
No contest divorce in North CarolinaStep 3 - We will Prepare the Necessary Legal Documents and Mail Them to You for You to Sign
We will prepare the necessary legal documents and mail them to you for your signature and also a letter containing information. Return the documents to us with the legal fee and court cost in the self addressed envelope that we provide. You owe me nothing if you do not use the documents.
No contest divorce in North Carolina Step 4 - A Summons will be Issued by the Clerk of Court and Mailed to Your Spouse
When we have received the documents from you, we will file the divorce case with the Clerk of Court. A summons will be issued by the Clerk and we will mail it or have the sheriff serve it and deliver it to your spouse.
No contest divorce in North CarolinaStep 5 - We Put Your Case on the Court Calendar
When we determine that the summons was legally delivered to your spouse we put the case on the court calendar for the judge to sign the divorce judgment. Due to court rules, the judge will ordinarily not sign the divorce judgment for fifty to sixty days from the date of legal delivery of the summons.
John Walker Attorney, Divorce Clinic Charlotte NC for your simple no contest divorceStep 6 - Your Divorce is Signed by the Judge
After the divorce has been signed by the Judge we will then mail true copies of the Divorce Judgment with the court seal to both of you.
To get started, you can either complete this simple online form so that we have some basic
information about you or you can call our office at 1-800-303-0960.

Start Your Divorce Today by Completing a Simple Form
Start your no-contest NC divorce today by completing a simple form.

Contact Information

The Divorce Clinic
John Walker Attorney

704-333-8808 - Phone
1-800-303-0960 - Toll Free
PO Box 472344
Charlotte, NC 28247

Phone: 704-DIVORCE or 336-DIVORCE

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The Divorce Clinic can do your Separation Agreement & Simple No Contest Divorce for all North Carolina cities, towns & counties.
You can start your divorce by contacting us directly at 704-333-8808 or visit our easy email form here.