The Palmé Law Firm, P.A.
174 Mine Lake Ct., Suite 100
Raleigh, NC 27615
Tel: (919) 803-4512
Fax: (919) 803-4516
You may be able to get a divorce without ever going to Court. If you meet the requirements, then all you have to do is send us the necessary information and pay the fees and expenses.
We will then prepare the papers, send them to you for signing, go to court for your divorce, and mail your final divorce order to you. It's that easy.
If the divorce is uncontested, we can get it for you without you having to go to court! All you have to do is send us the necessary information and pay the fees and expenses. We will then prepare the papers, send them to you for signing, go to court for your divorce, and mail your final divorce order to you. It takes 45 to 60 days from the return of the original papers to us to complete your divorce. It's that easy.
You can obtain an uncontested divorce in North Carolina if you have been separated from your spouse for one (1) full year. The divorce is "uncontested" if there is no dispute by your spouse over the date of separation and there are no other issues between you and your spouse, such as child support or property division.
Even if there are such issues, you can still get your divorce and reserve the other disputes for later settlement. You or your spouse must be a resident of the state of North Carolina for at least six (6) months before the divorce papers are filed.
About Expenses: There is a flat fee of $725.00 for this service.
- You or your spouse must have resided in North Carolina for at least six (6) months before filing for divorce.
- We will file your divorce in Wake County, NC, and our representation of you is limited to Wake County, NC. If your spouse decides to contest the divorce, and if neither you nor your spouse live in Wake County, your spouse may request the court to move the case to a county where the spouse lives. In that case, unless it is near Wake County, we will withdraw from your case and consent to the transfer to the other county. You will then need to employ counsel in that county.
- By submitting your information, you represent to us that you believe your divorce will not be contested by your spouse.
- The entry of a divorce order will terminate any rights you may have to ask for post-separation support, alimony, or a division of property. The Divorce by Mail program is only for an uncontested divorce. Do not ask us to file for divorce for you if you wish to make claims for any other rights
To contact The Palmé Law Firm, P.A. for additional information on these services, please call Steve Palme at(919) 803-4512.