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Online North Carolina Legal Forms for Self-Represented Persons

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Online North Carolina Legal Forms for Self-Represented Persons

This guide highlights the various online legal forms available for North Carolina. Legal forms are guides for preparing legal documents.

While there are many websites that offer legal forms for a fee (or at no cost), the forms linked below are those that are approved by the North Carolina courts or administrative agencies that use them.

Be aware that some of these forms are often written with lawyers in mind, so they may assume some advance knowledge of the law.

When you choose to represent yourself, you must also follow the same statutes and rules for your type of case that an attorney must follow. If you have questions or concerns about these forms, instructions, commentary, the use of the forms, or your legal rights, it is strongly recommended that you speak to an attorney.


The information in this guide is organized into the following pages: