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Quickly find the exact judicial form you need to fill out for your legal purposes.


Explore a variety of services we offer to the public, including making online payments.

Going to court?

Get started and prepare for what to expect when arriving at your courthouse.

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Court records

Obtain a criminal record check, access estate and case file documents; and how to clean a criminal record.

Disability and special needs

ADA compliance, request a reasonable accommodation, address physical access needs, and foreign language interpretation services.


Ways to end your marriage or domestic partnership, the requirements for each, and basic information about the court process.

Domestic violence

How to get help, obtain a protective order, and relevant N.C. law.

Family and children

Navigate the process for family-related cases, including custody issues, parental rights, child support, adoption, guardianship, and more.

Find an attorney

Locate and hire an attorney. In criminal cases only, determine eligibility and the process for obtaining a public defender.


Foreclosures; Ways to resolve landlord / tenant issues including eviction, living conditions, and more.

Jury service

Find out what to expect when you arrive, how to conduct yourself, and what you need to do when you serve as a juror.

Wills and estates

What to do after a loss of a friend or family member, claiming inheritance, and N.C. process for probating a will.

Supreme Court Anniversary

Celebrate the North Carolina Supreme Court's Bicentennial this year.

Help recognize 200 years of justice from the Supreme Court of North Carolina.

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Learn more about North Carolina’s unified court system, cases, officials, routes of appeal, and more.

GAL 35th anniversary

Since 1983, GAL has advocated for abused and neglected children in court. Find local events and volunteer to be a voice for a child.

CJCP 20th Anniversary

Chief Justice Martin Martin has proclaimed 2018 as the "Year of Professionalism" for lawyers, judges, and law students. View the CJCP events planned.

Latest news

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Jury Service Scam Alert

Ashe County residents are receiving jury service scam phone calls from someone posing as law enforcement.
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Juvenile Attorney Access Launches in CIPRS

Provides delinquent case data statewide to all attorneys representing a juvenile in delinquent matters.

#OTD in 1840, John Hyman, the first African-American to represent North Carolina in the United States Congress, was born into slavery in Warren County

Upcoming Judicial Branch holiday