NC Family Law Sites
North Carolina Court SystemEasy to understand information regarding the North Carolina Court System.
Wake County Register of DeedsOfficial site for the Wake County Register of Deeds. You can access all recordings of housing and property transactions, marriage licenses, deeds of trust, and all other documents recorded there.
American Society of AppraisersLook up appraisers who can conduct for business valuations, real estate appraisals, personal property appraisals, and equipment appraisals who have been certified by the ASA.
NC Bar Association- "This is the Law" Pamphlet SeriesThe "This Is The Law" pamphlet series was prepared as a public service by the North Carolina Bar Association's Communications Committee and is not intended to be a comprehensive statement of the law. See pamphlets on issues such as Child Custody, Visitation Rights and Support, Divorce and Separation, and Marriage in North Carolina.
North CarolinaAdvocates for Justicehttp://www.ncatl.org/
A community of North Carolina lawyers, paralegals, and other legal personnel dedicated to protecting the rights of people.
The North Carolina State Barhttp://www.ncbar.com/
The North Carolina State Bar is the state agency responsible for regulating the practice of law in North Carolina.
The North Carolina Bar Associationhttp://www.barlinc.org/
The NCBA's mission is to serve the public and the legal profession by promoting the administration of justice and encouraging the highest standards of integrity, competence, civility and well-being of all members of the profession.
The North Carolina State Bar- Legal Specialist Directoryhttp://www.ncbar.org/public-pro-bono/publications/this-is-the-law-pamphlets.aspx
The North Carolina State Bar is the state agency responsible for regulating the practice of law in North Carolina. This website allows you to search by city for attorneys who are Certified Specialist in Family Law and provides contact and background information on those attorneys.
The North Carolina Bar Association- Family Law Sectionhttp://www.ncbar.org
The Family Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association offers information on family law issues and policy changes. Read a sample article from the Family Forum, view the section roster, and link to the family law index page for additional information.
North Carolina Child Support Enforcementhttp://www.dhhs.state.nc.us/dss/cse/index.htm
The North Carolina Child Support Enforcement site offers information for parents, employers, and attorneys. This website describes the steps for making child support payments, answers frequently asked questions for parents, and gives explicit instruction for employers regarding income withholding.
N.C. FAMILY LAW STATUTESChapter 48: Adoptions
Chapter 50: Divorce and Alimony
Chapter 50A: Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act
Chapter 50B: Domestic Violence
Chapter 51: Marriage
Chapter 52B: Uniform Premartial Agreement Act