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Ways to end your marriage or domestic partnership, the requirements for each, and basic information about the court process.
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Traffic violations, vehicle repossession, and traffic court cases.
What to do after a loss of a friend or family member, claiming inheritance, and N.C. process for probating a will.
Learn more about North Carolina’s unified court system, cases, officials, routes of appeal, and more.
Since 1983, GAL has advocated for abused and neglected children in court. Find local events and volunteer to be a voice for a child.
Chief Justice Martin Martin has proclaimed 2018 as the "Year of Professionalism" for lawyers, judges, and law students. View the CJCP events planned.