Form Judgment for Absolute Divorce before the Clerk

Form Judgment for Absolute Divorce before the Clerk

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Form Judgment for Absolute Divorce before the Clerk

 

INSTRUCTIONS: NORTH CAROLINA JUDGMENT FOR ABSOLUTE DIVORCE BEFORE THE CLERK (Form AOC-CV-710)

In North Carolina divorce cases in which the spouse who has a petition filed against them waives their right to be informed of hearings, agrees with the information on the petition or who does not respond, judgment can be automatically passed. This article discusses the North Carolina Judgment For Absolute Divorce Before The Clerk, which can be found on the website of the North Carolina Courts system. The document is for completion by a court clerk.

North Carolina Judgment For Absolute Divorce Before The Clerk AOC-CV-710 Step 1: At the top of the page, the county of the case, and the name of the plaintiff and defendant will be entered.

North Carolina Judgment For Absolute Divorce Before The Clerk AOC-CV-710 Step 2: In section 2, the clerk will note whether the defendant failed to appear, waived their right to answer, or admitted all allegations in an answer.

North Carolina Judgment For Absolute Divorce Before The Clerk AOC-CV-710 Step 3: In section 4, the clerk will note whether the defendant was served with notice of this hearing or not.

North Carolina Judgment For Absolute Divorce Before The Clerk AOC-CV-710 Step 4: In section 5, the clerk will note which of the spouses has been a resident of the county in question for at least six months.

North Carolina Judgment For Absolute Divorce Before The Clerk AOC-CV-710 Step 5: In section 6, the clerk will give the date of marriage.

North Carolina Judgment For Absolute Divorce Before The Clerk AOC-CV-710 Step 6: In section 7, the clerk will give the information requested about the couple's separation status.

North Carolina Judgment For Absolute Divorce Before The Clerk AOC-CV-710 Step 7: In section 8, the clerk will note whether the plaintiff has requested the restoration of their former name.

North Carolina Judgment For Absolute Divorce Before The Clerk AOC-CV-710 Step 8: Section 9 requires both parties' Social Security numbers only if minor children are involved.

North Carolina Judgment For Absolute Divorce Before The Clerk AOC-CV-710 Step 9: The clerk will sign the order and check the box indicating restoration of the former name if approved. This will finalize the divorce. 


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