File Court Documents
File court documents (registration required) for Supreme Court or Court of Appeals. Search and view case information and documents (public).
File court documents, pay filing fees, send court notices, and more (registration required).
File court documents* or view case info (registration required) in select counties’ civil superior, foreclosure, or domestic violence cases.
*eFiling for civil superior and foreclosure cases is currently only available for Chowan, Davidson, and Wake counties. eFiling for domestic violence cases is currently only available for Alamance, Cumberland, Davidson, Durham, Forsyth, Guilford, Onslow, and Wake counties.
If you know the Judicial Branch employee that you'd like to reach, please use our Judicial Directory to find their contact information.
Obtain a background check for yourself or others (single county or statewide, certified or non-certified, individuals or businesses).
When two parties can’t come to an agreement on a particular conflict, a mediator can help provide assistance.
Committed to removing barriers that hinder equal access to justice by individuals with limited English proficiency (LEP).
Spring and Fall Master Calendar of the Superior Courts statewide and by division.
Rules of practice, procedure, and conduct adopted by the Supreme Court of North Carolina.
A certificate of good standing is a certified statement from the Clerk of the Supreme Court.
View and search opinions of the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, or Business Court.
NCAOC offers access to criminal and civil court data.