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Legal Information: North Carolina
Updated: February 6, 2020
Where can I find additional information about divorce?
We hope the following link to an outside source may be helpful.
Legal Aid of North Carolina has a do-it-yourself divorce packet, which includes divorce forms that you might need, an explanation of the divorce process, and a glossary of terms you might encounter if you choose to get divorced. You should not use this packet, however, if you wish to get spousal support or divide property between you and your spouse.
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