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Self-Representation

This website contains information about resources, programs, services, calendars and scheduling to assist those involved in a family court proceeding. It does not provide legal advice. While there is no requirement to hire a lawyer to represent your interests in court, legal representation is recommended since the legal system is inherently complex.

Specific information that pertains to family court actions:

District court defined
Civil court costs and fees (N.C.G.S. 7A-305)
Filing a Complaint
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about representing yourself
Legal Terms
Serving a Complaint

General information about going to court is available on the main NC Courts website.

The NC Lawyer Referral Service is a nonprofit public service sponsored by the North Carolina Bar Association Foundation. The NC State Bar provides a non-lawyer website with additional resources. Lists of local attorneys are also available.

 
 
   
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