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Divorce can be one of the most difficult moments in a person’s life. Many times couples need to divide assets, sell their home and make decisions over custody. However, there is another group of people who have already made those decisions and only need to get a Divorce. If you fall into the latter group of people, Divorce Lawyer David Concha can help you!

What Is an Uncontested Divorce?

An Uncontested Divorce is exactly what it sounds like. Neither party is fighting for anything, they simply want to terminate their marital relationship and move on with their lives. Charlotte Attorney David Concha is greatly experienced in Uncontested Divorce cases.

What Do I Need to Do To Get A Divorce In North Carolina?

The Plaintiff or Defendant must reside in the North Carolina for six (6) months prior to filing for divorce.
North Carolina requires that the parties live separate and apart for one year and one day prior to filing for a divorce. Once the parties live separate and apart for at least one year, either party can file for divorce.

The complaining party must prove to the court that he has served the defendant with a complaint and civil summons. This is accomplished typically via certified mail. If the certified mail is unsuccessful, then it may be accomplished by sheriff and if the sheriff is not successful then service may be made by publication in a newspaper qualified for legal advertisements.

How Long Does a Divorce Take?

There is no set time for how long a divorce can take. The defendant has 30 days to respond. If 30 days have passed and there is proof that the defendant has been served, we can submit a motion for summary judgment for divorce. The court will establish a court date which is typically some weeks in the future from your filing your motion for summary judgment. Additionally, divorce lawyer David Concha handles many divorces internationally and those may take longer than divorces in the United States. As such a typical divorce can take about three to four months while international divorces can run from four to six months. Contact the Law Offices of David Concha, Divorce Lawyer, today for more information.

Do I Have to Appear in Court?

No! The good news is when we file divorces in Mecklenburg County even if you live in another North Carolina county, neither party has to go to court. We handle all of that for you.

What Are The Court Costs?

The Mecklenburg County Court costs for a divorce are as follows: $225.00 for the divorce complaint, $20.00 for a notice of hearing and $10.00 if you wish to resume you maiden name.

Service of Divorce complaint and civil summons via sheriff and/or process server can range from $10.00 to $500.00 dollars. In Mecklenburg County the sheriff’s Office currently charges $20.00 dollars, but that is subject to change. Any additional summons that may be required is $15.00 dollars. Please note that the court cost DO NOT include attorney’s fees.

Why Use Divorce Lawyer David A Concha?

Divorce Lawyer David Concha has extensive experience in handling divorce cases in Charlotte NC, surrounding areas and the world! We try to make this process as pain free and quick as we can under the law and at reasonable rates. Let us help you move forward with your life. If you have questions call us today and make an appointment with Charlotte Divorce Lawyer David Concha. Its FREE! (704) 525-8824.

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Charlotte, NC 28202

Phone: (704) 525-8824

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We serve the following localities: Cabarrus County including Concord and Kannapolis; Catawba County including Conover, Hickory, and Newton; Gaston County including Belmont, Gastonia, and Mount Holly; Iredell County including Mooresville and Statesville; Lincoln County including Lincolnton; Mecklenburg County including Charlotte, Huntersville, and Matthews; Union County including Indian Trail, Monroe, and Waxhaw; Lancaster County including Lancaster; and York County including York.

* We do charge a consultation fee for Immigration cases filed with the Immigration service, but not for those in Deportation/Removal proceedings.

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