This page offers resources that can help you get a North Carolina separation or divorce. You'll find everything you need to access the divorce information and laws as they relate to your case. Plus you can find the forms needed to do your own divorce, get options for choosing a divorce lawyer, and locate other useful resources where you can get help.
North Carolina General Statutes, Chapter 50 - selected sections:
Divorcing parents of minor children can be required to attend an educational program on the effect of divorce on children. The aim of these classes is to help minimize the trauma of divorce and help ease the children's transition. You can find various programs throughout the state by visiting Active Parenting.
We also have a page which lists other resources here.
Need a Family Lawyer? Have local attorneys go over your case information and then only respond to those willing to help.
Breeden Law Office
100 Professional Court, Ste 102
Garner, NC 27529
Phone: (919) 661-4970
Counties Served: Wake, Johnston, Harnett
Charles R. Ullman & Associates
109 S. Bloodworth St.
Raleigh NC 27601
Phone: (919) 829-1006
McIlveen Family Law Firm
1371-B East Garrison Blvd
Gastonia, NC 28054
Phone: (704) 865-9011
UBS Financial Services Inc.
16810 Kenton Dr. suite 310
Huntersville, NC, 28078
As a Financial Advisor serving clients for 20+ years, I am comfortable with conversations about family, finances, and your hopes for the people who are most important to you. I serve as a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® professional. A CDFA® has specialized experience and skills analyzing long-term financial impacts of divorce. I can help you sort through your current and future financial picture. The goal? For you to be more informed and in control of your financial future.
210 Henderson Street
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
QDRO Specialists - QdroDesk™ is the result of 45 years of combined QDRO experience. Providing online QDRO document preparation, the service allows you to prepare your own paperwork with the appropriate settlement agreement language so you can properly divide a retirement account in your divorce.
Divorce Groups - Look up local support services such as Divorce Care meetings, groups for divorcing adults, assistance for intimate abuse victims, and support for children dealing with their parent's divorce.